Alphabet Bingo Games

What better way to practice the alphabet than through a fun game!? These alphabet bingo games will be a huge hit in your classroom as an entire class game, center or morning work!

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Getting Ready

First up is our single-player beginning sound bingo! It’s perfect for kindergarteners and beginning first graders.

Prep is simple and easy. Print the cards and bingo board on cardstock and laminate for extra durability.

Cut apart the cards and grab a basket of cover ups (mini erasers, LEGOS, unifix cubes, etc.) That’s it – you’re done!

Beginning Sound Bingo Game

To play this alphabet game, students flip over one apple at a time. They say the word out loud and then cover up the beginning sound on their bingo board.

Play continues until all of the spots on their bingo board are filled!

Letter Matching Bingo Game

This alphabet game is perfect for pre-K and kindergarten! And, as always, prep is simple.

Print the cards and bingo board on cardstock and laminate for extra durability.

Cut apart the cards and grab a basket of cover ups (mini erasers, LEGOS, unifix cubes, etc.)

Students will flip over one apple at at time. They read the letter and then cover up the matching lowercase letter on their bingo board.

Play continues until all of the spots on their board have been filled.

These alphabet bingo games will bring both fun and learning to your classroom this year! As a bonus, it’s always fun to find new alphabet and phonics activities all kids (and teachers!) can enjoy.

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2 Comments

  1. Jen Gutz

    Very nice!

    Thank you so much for sharing this!

    I enrolled my kids in the home school program of http://www.georgia.edu.ph and I am looking for activities were I can review my children while enjoying. This one is really helpful. Hope you can share more articles like this. More power to your blog!

    Reply
    • Kaylee

      YAY! I am so happy that you found this helpful, Jen!

      Reply

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