Sight Word BINGO (Fry's first 100 words)

Sight Word BINGO (Fry's first 100 words)
Sight Word BINGO (Fry's first 100 words)
Sight Word BINGO (Fry's first 100 words)
Sight Word BINGO (Fry's first 100 words)
Sight Word BINGO (Fry's first 100 words)
Sight Word BINGO (Fry's first 100 words)
Sight Word BINGO (Fry's first 100 words)
Sight Word BINGO (Fry's first 100 words)
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BINGO! This is one word that my students just love to shout out! I created this BINGO game to help reinforce reading Fry’s First 100 Sight Words. In this packet, there are 4 different BINGO games. There is one BINGO game for each set of 25 words on Fry’s List of 100 words. Each BINGO game comes in a different color (black, orange, purple, and green). Each BINGO game comes with 10 game boards.

Words for the Black BINGO game: the, of, and, a, to, in, is, you, that, it, he, was, for, on, are, as, with, his, they, I, at, be, this, have, from

Words for the Orange BINGO game: or, one, had, by, words, but, not, what, all, were, we, when, your, can, said, there, use, an, each, which, she, do, how, their, if

Words for the Purple BINGO game: will, up, other, about, out, many, then, them, these, so, some, her, would, make, like, him, into, time, has, look, two, more, write, go, see

Words for the Green BINGO game: number, no, way, could, people, my, than, first, water, been, called, who, oil, sit, now, find, long, down, day, did, get, come, made, may, part

How to Play:
Number of players: 2-10
Give every student a BINGO card. Give every student items to use to cover each word, such as little erasers. Call out a sight word (I have made a Sight Word list for each BINGO game for you to use). Students must identify the word on their BINGO card and cover the space. If a student has all words covered vertically in a column, horizontally in a row, or diagonally, he/she should call BINGO. If the student has all words covered correctly, he/she won the game. Another way to play the game is where all spaces need to be covered in order for a BINGO. We like to call this BINGO game Blackout.

Materials Needed:
Cardstock
Counters, little erasers, or any item to cover up the words

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