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I just LOVE this idea! ... I'm going to play "Letter Bingo" with my 5 year old granddaughter... She already knows all of her letters but I'll play the game by sounding out the sounds the letters make... This is an excellent & fun way to teach your little ones their letters, number or colors... With BINGO!
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Looking for free, printable bingo cards for a baby shower.
here are some
i need a couple of good games to play at an engagement party
Multiplatform and multilanguage software ...
What about http://www.love o-card-generator ? I use the site myself and print out cards all the time.
At family gatherings we play bingo. I print out the cards on the computer, everyone gets a card and a pencil, but each card is only good for one game. I would like to use shutter bingo cards because they are reusable and I could eliminate all those pencils, but shutter cards are very expensive. I believe I could make my own, but I can't think of what I can use for the shutters. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
Could you laminate the cards and then use white board markers? School supply stores usually will laminate or you can buy an inexpensive laminator at Walmart. I have also covered things in the clear contact paper. You can sometimes find this at dollar stores.
(I taught preschool and laminated a lot of things!)
How do you make bingo cards at home?
Stacy from Bloomington, IL
Get you some cardstock at WalMart for your printer and go here: