Looking for an ENGAGING and FUN way to see if students know their sentence types? Well, you’ve come to the RIGHT resource. Sentence Types Bingo allows students to compete against each other on their knowledge of the 4 Sentence Types: Simple, Compound, Complex, and Compound-Complex. For teachers, this is a quick way to engage students and to identify who knows their sentence types. This resource can be used in grades 4-8 and is aligned to common core standards.
Perfect for review, game day, and/or test prep! Sentence Types Bingo can be played as a whole group, partners, or teams!
WHAT’S INCLUDED IN THIS RESOURCE:
1. Instructions for Use - A detailed directions sheet for teachers to make implementing and playing bingo in the classroom as easy as 1,2,3! A
2. A student ‘cheat’ sheet - A 1-page student notes sheet referencing the 4 different sentence types with examples. Also includes: a subordinating conjunctions list and sentence types formulas for students to remember
3. A Set of 5 Sentence Type Bingo Game Boards - I have created 5 random bingo game boards for student differentiation. Perfect for playtime in a hurry.
4. A Blank Bingo Game Board - You can have students fill in their own bingo cards using the sentence type key at the bottom of the card.
5. 100 Sentence Type Calling Cards (for groups/team use) - These calling cards are 4 to a slide and can be cut out using the perforated lines on the slide. Just print, cut out, and laminate for durability!
6. EDITABLE Sentence Type Calling Cards PPT version (for whole group use) - Use this powerpoint when playing Sentence Type Bingo as a whole group/class. Blank slides have been added for teachers to add more sentences as they please.
7. An Answer Key - I’ve provided an answer key of all sentence types to make checking students’ boards a breeze!
Bingo chips or markers are NOT included in this resource and will be needed for student play. You can use pennies, or buy bingo chips from these sites:
Bingo Chips at Amazon.com
Oriental Trading Bingo Chips
Another alternative to bingo chips is laminating the bingo cards and having students use a dry erase marker to mark their answer choice. (I’ve done this before and it has worked fine.)
Also, make sure to follow my TPT store to win discounts on resources and freebies!