I took a blank piece of card board (free from the school I work at) or some places will give you their cardboard from packing and made bingo boards using letters (this can also be used for colors, numbers and shapes). I use a permanent marker to write on the cardboard.
Each board measured about 7 1/2 inches by 10 inches (I made it large enough for the children to handle).
I drew 9 squares in all for each board. I eliminated the free space on each board. I wrote one letter (small caps) for each square. I created about 10 to 15 boards, each one with different sequence of letters.
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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