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Sight Word Games - Dolch Sight Word Bingo

Sight Words - Dolch Sight Word Bingo

  • 30 unique bingo boards for each Dolch List....Enough to play whole class bingo!

  • LIST 1 BINGO IS FREE.....

    USE WITH DOLCH SIGHT WORD CARDS.....

Ideas for Use

Dolch Sight Word Bingo - Suggestions for Use


*Copy these onto coloured card to match your Dolch Word Cards, or keep them on white card with the coloured borders.

*Keep them as A4 size or just reduce on your printer settings to 2 in 1 for 2 boards per A4 page.

*Use as a fantastic whole class activity and just use as many boards as you require for small group / literacy center activities.


 

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