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Sight Word Bingo Game Primer 2

Sight Word Bingo Game Primer 2
Sight Word Bingo Game Primer 2
Sight Word Bingo Game Primer 2
Sight Word Bingo Game Primer 2
Sight Word Bingo Game Primer 2
Sight Word Bingo Game Primer 2
Sight Word Bingo Game Primer 2
Sight Word Bingo Game Primer 2
Product Description
Your Kiddos will love playing Treasure Hunt Sight Word Bingo, Primer Set 2. It’s played just like normal bingo, but as the sight words are called out, players dish out their ‘treasure chest’ counter cards to their bingo boards’ pirates! Despite the cute theme, the focus of the game remains entirely on identification of sight words.

Check out the preview for a sneak peek of each page (1/4 sized) in this resource.

* Click here for my Sight Word Bingo Bundle
Or you can view my other individual sight word bingo games with these links:
Sight Word Bingo Pre-primer Set 1
Sight Word Bingo Pre-primer Set 2
Sight Word Bingo Primer Set 1

This bingo game focuses on 26 sight words from the Dolch Primer list: he, she, will, they, do, all, four, want, yes, out, now, soon, into, new, who, eat, good, well, must, ride, under, ate, white, please, brown, pretty.

This resource includes a ‘bingo leaders’ calling board, calling cards, treasure chest counter cards and 12 different, colorful game boards with a variety of 6 sight words.

All you need to do is print, laminate, cut out the cards and you’re good to go!

With 12 different game boards in this file, you could make up 2 bingo game packs for small group activities (perfect as a center activity), or even print 2 copies of the PDF so your whole class can play!

This is a great hands on learning activity to assist your little learners in early sight word identification. It’s a great way to engage both small and larger groups of kiddos in sight word identification; as the focus is on fun and supporting each other, so no one feels embarrassed to share where they’re at with their sight word knowledge. In my experience students who know more of their sight words naturally keep an eye on their peers’ bingo boards and want to help those who haven’t identified a sight word that’s been called out. I encourage them to do this quietly, making sure they give their friends enough ‘think time’ to try for themselves first.
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