Hawaii Bingo: State Symbols and Popular Sights

Hawaii Bingo:  State Symbols and Popular Sights
Hawaii Bingo:  State Symbols and Popular Sights
Hawaii Bingo:  State Symbols and Popular Sights
Hawaii Bingo:  State Symbols and Popular Sights
Hawaii Bingo:  State Symbols and Popular Sights
Hawaii Bingo:  State Symbols and Popular Sights
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On August 21, 1959 Hawaii became the 50th State in the United States.

Students play Bingo using various symbols, pictures and icons representing the state of Hawaii. This game can be played like traditional Bingo or can be used to encourage communication. Fun to use when learning state symbols or to celebrate the anniversary of Hawaii's statehood, August 21, 1959. Bingo boards can be edited or images can be copied and reused. A great collection of clip art too.

Six different "Bingo" cards are provided as well as the teacher's or caller's card showing all images. Make 2 copies of the Teacher's page. Cut one page apart, place individual picture cards in a basket to "draw out" during Bingo.

*Students can pick a picture on their card and use it in a sentence.
*The teacher can give clues and have the students guess which picture it is.
*Picture cards can be used to encourage writing or help with spelling.
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