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Ringo Bingo - A Preposition Activity

Ringo Bingo - A Preposition Activity
Ringo Bingo - A Preposition Activity
Ringo Bingo - A Preposition Activity
Ringo Bingo - A Preposition Activity
Ringo Bingo - A Preposition Activity
Ringo Bingo - A Preposition Activity
Ringo Bingo - A Preposition Activity
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This adorable dog-themed preposition activity features the following prepositions: below/under, above, beside/next to, in front, behind, and between.

Contents:
★ One preposition visual poster with words included.
★ Four different BINGO boards.
★ One set of visual calling cards and one set of auditory calling cards.
★ One sentence strip with both black and white and color cards.
★ Four preposition homework worksheets.

Instructions:
★ Administer a BINGO board to each student in the group. This game allows up to four players.
★ Determine whether or not the group will need visual cues.
★ Select the appropriate calling cards for the group.

Note: All of the students have the same pictures on their BINGO boards, but the pictures are mixed up and in different locations allowing for a single winner at a time.

Receptive Way to Play:
★ The SLP should read the preposition aloud. If the students have that preposition on their board, the students must cover that spot with a chip (or BINGO dauber if the boards are laminated).
★ The first student to get five in a row vertically is the winner.

Expressive Way to Play:
★ Have the student draw a calling card on his/her turn.
★ The student must look at the picture (or read the word) and then create a sentence using the picture or word. For example, if the student draws a picture of “above”, then the student could create a sentence like, “Ringo is above the bone”.
★ Use the included sentence strip for expressive support.
★ The first student to get five in a row vertically is the winner.

Enjoy!

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Please be sure to visit Breanna's Speech Blog for more activities and for a peek into my speech room.

Graphics: Creative Clips by Krista Wallden

Total Pages
16 pages
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