Do you love Cadbury mini eggs like I do? I am so excited about Easter coming around that I had to start making a few new Easter activities for my room. I have so many students who have a hard time using prepositional words expressively, so I came up with this activity to target concept words. This Bingo can be played in two different ways to target either Receptive or Expressive understanding of Prepositions. First, the student may select a card (either with the words listed on the bottom or blank bottom). Then, they must tell the other students where the Easter egg is located. (Example: behind the chick, on top of the chick, inside the basket, next to the bunny, etc.). The students must find the picture that matches the description and mark it. If your students are just beginning to understand prepositions, you might want to play the second version, in which you will draw the cards and explain where the Easter egg is located. Either way, your students must cue into the preposition and other items in the description. This game can also be used as a describing game for students. If you don't want to play Bingo, you can also use just the "calling cards" to play go-fish or memory. One added bonus for this activity is that I am including a data sheet for all of the prepositions to help you document the prepositions they know and are stilling struggling to understand.
This activity includes the following:
* 24 calling cards with the word on the bottom (i.e. bottom, between, middle, beside, etc.)
* 24 calling cards with no words to give your students no clues
* 6 Bingo cards
* Data sheet
Enjoy this Easter bonanza of prepositions!
Check out my other Easter activities here:
Eggcellent Easter Articulation Sentences
Easter Expressive Language Pack
Easter Story Elements
Easter Describing Bingo
Easter Receptive Language Pack
Easter Basket Multiple Meanings
Easter WH Questions