Phonological Awareness_Blending Bingo

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Blending Bingo (sample)
Fox (f-ox)/k//s/
Map (m-ap)/p/
Door (d-oor)/r/
Bike (b-ike)/k/
Milk (m-ilk)/k/
Seal (s-eal)/l/
House (h-ouse)/s/
Cat (c-at)/t/
Mouse (m-ouse)/s/
Rain (r-ain)/n/
Bow (b-ow)/o/
Chair (ch-air)/r/
Sink (s-ink)/k/
Moon (m-oon)/n/
Duck (d-uck)/k/
Bed (b-ed)/d/
Last sounds are indicated by / /
The example above is designed specifically for sounds. The variations below match into the first unit of the
Kindergarten curriculum. As you might infer, many variations on this are possible.
Bingo Board
Rhyming
Play: Students will choose images that rhyme with a particular sound.
Objective: complete four in a row to win Bingo
Example:
1. choose the pictures that rhyme with cat
2. choose the pictures that rhyme with pop
3. choose the pictures that rhyme with pig
pig
ball
can
hat
fig
cat
dig
shoe
pop
bat
leg
socks
mop
man
ball
fox
Woohoo! You got BINGO!
Notes:
a. These are images, not words
b. Instructions should be audio, not text
c. would be great if the names of each image could be heard when tapped
d. rhyming words can be found within the lessons, attached to a rhyming app indicator
e. sets of images (associated with sounds) should rotate so students can go back and try again with a fresh set
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Reference from the lessons
Prompt students with picture cards on the display board. Have them listening for the initial sound /b/. Sort words into those that start
with /b/ and those that do not. Use bumblebee as the anchor picture
Sound Awareness
Play: students choose images that have a particular sound.
Objective: Complete four in a row for BINGO.
Example:
1. choose the pictures that start with the /b/ sound
2. choose the pictures that have the /a/ sound
pig
ball
can
hat
fig
cat
dig
shoe
pop
bat
leg
socks
mop
man
ball
fox
Notes:
f. These are images, not words
g. Instructions should be audio, not text
h. would be great if the names of each image could be heard when tapped
i. rhyming words can be found within the lessons, attached to a rhyming app indicator
j. sets of images (associated with sounds) should rotate so students can go back and try again with a fresh set
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