I created this set of games to go along with my Good Choice, Bad Choice (No Prep)
product. I have included create-your-own Bingo boards, matching/memory cards, picture dominoes, and small Bingo boards (6 pictures) with a die. They are intended to be used as fun ways to practice distinguishing between good and bad/poor choices. I hope you and your students enjoy them!
This product contains the following items:
Create-Your-Own Bingo Boards (pgs. 5-6 color / 7-8 B & W)
: Print the boards and character pieces on regular printer paper. Cut the pages in half. Then, let your students cut and paste the character pieces onto their blank boards to create their own Bingo game boards. You can use the Picture Cards from the memory game (pgs. 9-12) as the calling cards for the game. You can also just print an extra copy of the page with character pieces (p. 6 or 8) to use as your calling cards if you want a quick and easy option.
Picture Cards (pgs. 9-10 color / 11-12 B & W)
: Print these cards on card stock, laminate, and cut apart for a more durable set of playing cards. You can use these cards to play a memory/matching game, Go Fish, or any of your other favorite card games. I left them open ended so you can use them in whatever way works best for your caseload. **These cards can also be used as the calling cards for the Bingo game.
Picture Dominoes (pgs. 13-17 color / 18-22 B & W)
: Print these pages on card stock, laminate, and cut apart for a fun game of dominoes. You have students match the picture ends together and play following the rules for dominoes with double 6s.
Small Bingo Boards (pgs. 23-27 color / 28-32 B & W)
: Print the boards and character pieces on card stock and laminate. Cut the Bingo board pages in half. Cut out the character pieces and give each student a set of the 6 different pieces. Students take turns rolling the Bingo cube and put the character piece on their board that corresponds with the picture on the cube. The first student to fill their board with all 6 pieces wins the game!
To make the Bingo cube:
Print the cube page on card stock. Fold the cube where the lines are dotted and glue the flaps. I have found that filling the cube helps increase stability. I typically fill mine with cotton balls or crumpled up paper. Stuffing it with tissues or paper towels also works.
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