Sight Word Bingo
Sight Word Bingo is a fun way for young learners to develop literacy skills and strengthen use of sight words! This easy-to-play activity is perfect for reinforcing what children have been learning during lessons – ideal for family fun at home or as an end of lesson activity!
There are 2 ways to play. Firstly by recognising single sight words. Secondly by reading sight words with descriptions. The word list aligns with Phases two and three of the government Letters & Sounds phonics framework. ‘Tricky’ words are highlighted for easy identification to remind children that they can’t sound out these words phonetically.
The game box includes: a spinner, four caption cards , four game cards, 36 disks and instructions.
Young learners will have fun while racing to be the first to cover a complete row on their game cards. For 2 – 4 players. Recommended for age 5-9 years.