I'm obsessed with primary. I admit it. Everywhere I go, I am thinking of ways I can use random household objects, junk in checkout lines, junk at the $1 store, old containers, craft supplies, dryer lint. You know how it is. If you don't, don't judge me! I'm a freak!
Last night I was doing yet another closet cleanout when I came across a Bingo game that I forgot we had. Of course, my addictive primary-brain began thinking of ways to use this game as a primary prop. Oooh, I thought of so many things! So, for fun, I thought I'd share them with you. (Since you're clearly obsessed with primary, too, since you're reading this blog in the first place!)
Bingo Game Idea #1
-Assign each child a bingo number (B7, N22, etc.)
-Roll your cage (or draw out of a bag, however your game works), and whatever number you draw, that's your helper.
Want to use your Bingo game to teach a song? Yep, that post is coming. I'm still formulating that one though, so stay tuned!
Ooohh - just barely thought of something else. You could even make a big Bingo card out of posterboard. And each time you draw a helper's number, if that number is on the Bingo card you can put a mark on the card. If the primary gets a Bingo, have a special song or treat. Rotate the cards so every number is represented, or go for 2 rows, X, 4 corners, blackout, etc.
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