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FREE Number BINGO for numbers 1-30 - great for number recognition! - This Reading Mama


FREE printable bingo boards for Halloween, perfect for classroom parties!


Halloween Free Create Your Own Luck Bingo - This resource includes 24 Halloween related images and vocabulary words and a blank "MY BINGO CARD" template that students can use to create their own unique Halloween themed bingo cards.DOWNLOAD. PRINT. DONE!Related Halloween ResourcesHalloween Activities PacketHalloween I Have...Who Has?

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Body Parts Bingo In Spanish

Body Parts Bingo in Spanish is a great way to practice and review body parts in a fun way! Print on cardstock and laminate for a durable word activity to use for years to come. Included are 10 bingo cards and a set of calling cards(4.98 x 3.74 inches) with a picture and a body part word. You could also use the calling cards for a matching game, just print 2 copies and play a memory game. This is one of the many products that can be found in the My Body Unit In Spanish.


Freebie Friday - On the Farm

This is a FREE file for a BINGO game for students to use to practice number identification for numbers 1 - 25. You will find 24 different black and white BINGO boards along with calling cards with those numbers. All you will need to provide is some sort of markers or chips for the students to use to mark their numbers. This game is different from what you usually find - every number is on every board. That ensures all students get the same amount of practice and are not bored during the…


Free First Day of School Activity: Back to School Bingo ~ Back to School Activity

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Telling Time to the Quarter Hour Bingo - 25 Different Game Boards - CCSS 2.MD.7

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Grocery Store BINGO! Free printable download for the kids to play on your next trip to the store. Learning the 5 food groups & smart choices.


Emotion Faces Some really cool ideas for teaching using multi-sensory methods