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One look at the cute duckie puddle jumper on Spring Splash Sight Word Bingo and you'll certainly be longing for some warmer weather. Spring Splash Sight Words Bingo is a fun way for your students to practice sight words, learn how to listen, pay attention, follow directions, and how to win/lose while playing a game. That's a lot of learning for so much fun!
Spring Splash Sight Words Bingo was created using the first 100 most frequently used sight words. The first two Bingo cards are using only the first few words on the list. Those cards can be used for new or struggling learners until they're ready for more words. The rest of the cards use the rest of the first 100 words.
The kids will yell SPLASH instead of Bingo when they get 4 in a row, since this is a Spring Bingo game. When playing, you can use plastic chips/discs, flower or duck counters (mini erasers), pennies, buttons, etc for game pieces. I even have some of those glass pieces that look like water drops. GAME PIECES NOT INCLUDED
This file includes:
10 Spring Splash Bingo Cards
100 Spring Splash Sight Words Calling Cards
2 Spring Splash Sight Words Blank Calling Cards
1 Spring Splash Bingo Sight Words List
Sight words calling cards can also be used as flashcards and if printed twice, you can use them for a Memory Game.
This is Set 1 of Spring Splash Sight Words Bingo in what I hope will be be a Set of 3 or 4. Set 2 will use the 2nd 100 Words and Set 3 will use the next 100. After further thought, I back tracked and made a game with the first 25 words and it is Set 0.
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