Friendship Bingo – Item 203

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This Friendship Bingo has an animal theme. Children all love Bingo so I have made this Bingo set suitable for up to 8 children.

Each child is given a Bingo base board and a set of counters. Cut up the ‘Friendship word cards’ and read out the statement. The child looks for that statement on their board and covers it with a counter. Continue until someone has a straight line horizontally, vertically or diagonally.

There is a simple worksheet to use at the end of the game to reinforce learning and to see what they have taken on board. What will they try to do to show that they are a good friend?

Other ideas to use this resource:

  • Matching pairs game with pictures
  • Matching pairs game with pictures and statements
  • Print out the cards and use on a key ring or on a lanyard.
  • As a stimulus for discussion

Here is a free lesson plan so you have some idea on how to incorporate this game

Download: Friendship bingo lesson plan

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