Monday, February 25, 2013

St. Patrick's Day Preposition Bingo

screenshot of older Bingo game.  Use tokens with the new one below too.

I went through a Bingo phase a few years ago, and thought I would revisit it.  This time it's with shamrocks, rainbows, leprechauns, and pots of gold. Print, laminate and play.  There are three playing cards, and you can use the loose pictures as the 'call cards'.  The children take turns picking a call card and describe it.  ("The pot of gold is on the table."  "The rainbow is over the house.")  Each child puts a chip or token or whatever you have on the appropriate picture.  These are made with Smarty Symbols through a commercial license that I purchased.




You can purchase this along with other St. Patrick's Day items for a modest price on Teachers Pay Teachers.  

Go here to get it.
Directions and vocabulary to pre-teach

with son Ben
wet, cold, done
 I actually ran in our local 'Shamrock 5k' two days ago.  The weather was miserably wet and chilly, but me and about 400 others showed up.  Most of the runners appeared to be on the UNC cross country team, or diehard racers.  I ended up near the end of the pack, but I still finished! 


2 comments:

  1. This activity is great!! Thank you SO much for sharing!!
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