What a fun and a great way to practice listening for sounds – and a little sentence comprehension too!
This file contains two bingo type games – one for basic consonants, short vowels, and consonant digraphs – and one for consonant blends. There are five cards for each of the two games. The same sounds are used but in different orders. Print the bingo cards and the calling cards, laminate, and cut out. The calling cards have a sentence on each card along with the sound they should identify. I like to do a little sentence comprehension too. For example, “Gnomes beg for bacon and eggs for breakfast.” (I ask questions such as Who begs for bacon and eggs? What do they beg for? When do they eat bacon and eggs?) Then ask the second part (What is the vowel sound in “beg”?). Students find the ĕ on their bingo card and place a chip (not included) on the correct spot. You can do bingo with vertical, horizontal, frame, or the entire page.