This activity includes four different lessons. The first lesson is hygiene bingo with five different bingo boards. Each bingo card has 16 pictures, but there are 24 pictures used so not every board has all the pictures. These are real pictures of items that I took. You can either call out an item and have a student describe the item to you or you can use the cards from lesson 2 and have students read the cards with descriptions on them and have the other students guess what is being described. Once a student gets five in a row they get bingo. I like to play until all of my students get bingo so they all feel like winners and then the activity lasts longer. If everyone gets bingo fast, you can still read all of the cards or have the students describe the items and have the other students guess what the item is.
The second activity has the 24 hygiene items used in the bingo. It can be used with the bingo game or used separately. For each item there is a picture and three descriptions about the item. If you are working with a group you can print these out and put them on index cards to make them more sturdy. Then you can have each student read one of the cards and have the other students guess what the item is. You can also have the students add their own descriptions, such as different brands (e.g. for toothpaste there is crest, colgate, etc.) or other descriptive clues that are not already on the card.
The next activity includes WH questions and problem solving. These are problem solving scenarios where the students need to interpret a situation to see what they would do if they were in that situation or how they would assist a friend, and what they would say.
The last activity is a grocery store hygiene themed following directions activity. This task requires the students to repeat back sentences as well as follow directions to put the item in the correct aisle and in the front, middle, or back.
Lesson 1: Slide 3 – 7 are the bingo boards.
Lesson 2: Slides 8 – 13 are descriptions of hygiene items, where students need to guess what is being described.
Lesson 3: Slides 14 – 19 are social problem solving scenarios.
Lesson 4: Slides 20 – 25 are for the following directions activity. Slides 20 and 21 need to be printed for every student but slides 22-24 are the directions so only the teacher needs these slides. Slide 25 is a sample of how the activity will look once completed.