This game engages all of the learners as they place their answer cards onto the correct squares before the game begins. They could do this alone, with partners, in small group, etc.
This game reviews the following homophones:
beet, beat, blew, blue, here, hear, your, you're, its, it's, tale, tail, sale, sail, I, eye, one, won, eight, ate, too, two, new, knew, sum, and some
**** Bingo cards 1 - 4 have most of the homophone pairs together. These cards can help you differentiate for students needing more help. ****
1. This game can be played like any bingo game.
2. Play reverse bingo. Print a set of student answer cards for each child. The students cover all of definitions on their card with the correct homophones (there will be two homophones left over for each card). When a homophone is called, students can remove one answer card. A partner, teammate, or the teacher could watch to be sure a correct definition is beneath. A bingo is called when a row of cards has been removed.
3. Alternatively, print a set of student answer cards for each child. Each student organizes the answer cards above the board to be ready to cover a definition with the correct homophone. As students choose facts to cover, they can be held accountable for their answer choices. When a bingo is called, the child can read back the definition and the homophone.
25 full color bingo cards
25 black line bingo cards
Student answer card sets in color
Student answer card sets in b/w
Calling card set Color and B/W
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Reverse Bingo Games
Antonym Reverse Bingo
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