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Bingo Song

 BINGO Song ...

  • Printable poem - chart and sentence building literacy activities...

  • An all-time favourite with everyone. Ideal for introducing / reinforcing letter names.

  • Includes 'cloze' charts where children can substitute words for 'farmer', 'dog', and 'BINGO' - children make up their own versions.....

 

Ideas for Use

Bingo Song - Suggestions for Use


  • GENERAL IDEAS FOR USING OUR NURSERY RHYMES, POEMS AND SONGS HERE

  • Reinforce the letter names eg. b i n g o - also emphasizing the usual sounds the letters make - eg. 'the name of the letter is 'g', the sound it makes is /g/.

  • Use the 'cloze' versions to make up some fun alternative rhymes. A great one is to replace 'farmer' with 'teacher', 'dog' with 'student', and replace 'bingo' with individual names of the children - although all names won't fit into the 5 letters - you can make them work. List other words which could replace 'farmer', 'dog', 'bingo' - add to a class big book of different versions..

  • Classify other word cards into words with 5 letters, 2 letters, 6 letters etc.

  • Print the A4 size for each child to pop into their nursery rhymes, poems and songs scrapbook - children 'play with the words, letters and sounds'

  • Print (bigger onto A3 if prefer), pop onto coloured backing card, laminate and add to your class 'Big Book of Nursery Rhymes, Poems and Songs' Collection...

  • Print (larger onto A3 if you like), laminate, and cut up ready for children to reconstruct - pop into your song / poem box

  • Don't forget to really make the most of these poems / songs and put your detective hats on to search for rhyming words, circle phonic sounds, play 'find the word' games, look for question marks and other structures, lots of 'playing with words' - it's great fun to find all the word/letter patterns in poems and nursery rhymes.

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