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Language Arts Bingo

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Who says school has to be boring? Shake things up a bit with these language arts bingo games!

Rhyme Time

Make rhyming fun by creating bingo cards. Draw or print a grid of sixteen to twenty-five boxes, and fill each box with pictures or words which can be easily matched with rhyming words. Next, make cards with words that rhyme with the pictures or words on the cards. Put the cards in a bowl or bag, draw them out one at a time, and read them aloud. Have children put a marker on the word or picture that rhymes. The first child to get four or five in a row wins!

Rhyme Suggestions

Put one from each pair in word/picture form on a Bingo card, and put the other in word form on a card:

star/car                                                      ball/tall                                                      log/hog
dog/frog                                                     pen/hen                                                     jet/bet
snow/grow                                                book/cook                                                 hat/mat
ring/king                                                   mouse/house                                            rack/sack
man/pan                                                    bag/sag                                                      hand/sand
hat/cat                                                        box/fox                                                      slide/hide
rock/sock                                                   skate/plate                                                bear/pear
pail/tail                                                      hay/play

Alternatives

The same bingo card can be used to have children identify pictures based on called-out words.
Change things up by creating an opposites or parts of speech bingo game.

Parts of Speech Bingo

Put the following parts of speech on a bingo card: noun, pronoun, adjective, verb, adverb.

Repeat each word four or five times, depending on your grid size. Create smaller cards including words that fit these parts of speech, and have student mark the correct part of speech on their card.

Nouns                                                        Pronouns                                                     Adjectives

house                                                         he                                                                   pretty
boy                                                             she                                                                 round
car                                                              we                                                                  warm
party                                                          they                                                               tall
sweater                                                     it                                                                     heavy

Verbs                                                        Adverbs

run                                                            slowly
climb                                                        quickly
drive                                                         loudly
play                                                           happily
eat                                                             excitedly

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