It's a Bingo game to review homophones! The calling cards contain the word (example: knight) and a corresponding picture. The Bingo cards contain a sentence in which the matching homophone should be used (example: The _________ rescued the princess).
This set includes 20 Bingo cards and 36 word cards.
Homophones include: eight/ate, ball/bawl, bare/bear, blew/blue, flower/flour, hare/hair, knight/night, knows/nose, male/mail, one/won, pear/pair, sale/sail, sea/see, toe/tow, son/sun, which/witch, write/right, bury/berry, ant/aunt, piece/peace, read/red, wrap/rap, way/weigh, and I/eye.
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It also includes matching worksheets that students can complete before playing Bingo, if you want.
This game is quite similar to another Homophone Bingo game in my store! I created the other one because a teacher contacted me, and asked me to create a reverse version, where the pictures are on the Bingo cards and the sentences are on the calling cards. If you want to check out the other version, click HERE!
You might want to check out my other homophone products!
Introduction to HOMOPHONES PowerPoint
(It contains 54 slides!)
Homophone Craftivity: Text Messages
If you like this Bingo game, you might want to check out the other Bingo game I have:
Latin Root Bingo
Prefix and Suffix Bingo
By Deb Hanson 2014
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