Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Engaging Bingo For Speech and Language

Hi speechies!

I shared this over on Instagram and got a lot of good feedback - I didn't want to leave the blog hanging so I figured I'd share it here, too!


My kiddos are OBSESSED with playing bingo. I kid you not, I get at least one student a day ask, "Mrs. Jessica, can we play bingo today?!" ...seriously. I think it's because we don't play normal bingo in our speech room. Let me explain:

I take every object that’s on the bingo board and write a little clue/riddle that goes with it up on the white board. So for example: gold bells = rhymes with mold shells. The kids take turns throwing my suction cup ball that I got from the Dollar Tree at the board (with their eyes closed so they can’t pick and choose clues) and whichever clue it lands on they have to solve in order to get their jingle bell (or whatever token we’re using) to cover that space. We used googly eyes for Halloween bingo!

Let me show you what I mean.

Here is a little video of a student tossing the suction cup call at the board covered in clues:


And here is a closer look at the board full of clues:


This is one of the most engaging activities and almost every kid loves it! You can target so many goal by changing up the clues on the board!

You can grab my holiday bingo board here.

Do you play bingo in your speech room?


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