Halloween Lotto: Lotto is a game that is similar to Bingo but is played with pictures instead of numbers. It is a fun activity that works on receptive and expressive language skills as the students need to listen to the clues to use their vocabulary knowledge to fill their lotto boards.
To play you print out the series of Lotto boards. There are 5 different Lotto boards. All of the Lotto boards have all the same pictures just in a different order.
Print out the clue cards that have the picture of the target and four clues. Separate the cards.
Print out the costume children and have the children pick which costume character token they want to use or use bingo chips, pennies or beans. There are a cowboy, princess, astronaut, witch, pirate tokens.
One version: The adult picks a card and reads the clue out loud stopping at each sentence to see if the clue helped the child guess the picture. The children put a token on the picture of the clue.
Another version: The child picks a card and reads the clue to the group on their turn, the next child reads the following clue. Everyone puts a bingo chip or token on the picture.
Third version: Some children may not be able to do the clues and tokens, but you want to use this for vocabulary. I have made cards that can be used for matching the picture to the cards when you say the word.
5 different lotto boards
2 pages of clues/riddles
3 pages of optional tokens to use 12 each of astronaut, princess, cowboy, witch and pirate
4 pages of matching picture cards
Rakovic SLP Chat
Love using this for vocabulary, listening skills, matching and solving riddles. Many of the riddles has either the first letter as a clue and/or rhyming word.