Learn about community helpers and occupations with this fun Bingo style game
Your students will love learning about occupations in their community with this fun Bingo style game. For an easy game simply use the teacher calling cards to call out the name of a community helper. For a more challenging game read one of the clues on the calling cards so the students can decipher the occupation.
The community helpers included in this game are:
In this download you will receive 30 different game boards in both color and black and white, teacher calling cards, and instructions for play.
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