PRIMARY SPANISH FRUITS BINGO GAMES! 100 DIFFERENTIATED BINGO GRIDS AND 40 CALLING CARDS- PERFECT FOR YEAR 7 TOO!
Bingo games are perfect for language learning, and they’re really easy to differentiate. All my students, regardless of age, find playing the games a great way of consolidating their vocab, and developing their Spanish language skills in general - bingo is absolutely perfect for speaking, listening, reading and writing/spelling.
In this set I’ve included 100 differentiated bingo grids and 40 calling cards - 20 in Spanish, and 20 in English - I always play with English calling cards too, as I’ve found it’s a really great way of further consolidating vocab - students have to focus carefully on the language ‘switch’! It’s definitely useful to have calling cards, so that you can keep track of what you’re calling out, and it also lets students be the bingo master or mistress too, meaning they can play quite independently.
There are twelve Spanish fruits in masculine, feminine, singular & plural:
- the green apple
- the lemon
- the oranges
- the peach
- the raspberries
- the pineapple
- the kiwi
- the pear
- the bananas
- the green grapes
- the strawberry
- the watermelon
I differentiate my bingo games by using picture-only cards, which are great for general vocab consolidation and listening skills. There are 40 9-square grids in total, and there’s a set of color (which I sometimes laminate so that I can just get them out whenever I need to - make sure students have wipe-clean pens on their tables!). I’ve also included the same grids in black and white - simply print these out. I sometimes give out pages with four grids on, and let students choose which order they play the grids in - they have multiple pages - or sometimes, I get the students to cut out the grids, place them in a small bowl or similar on tables and they then randomly choose grids - depending on the size of your class, you will definitely have several winners per game! The grids are designed for all the squares to be crossed off in order to win the game.
I also use word-only grids to help students focus more on their reading skills, so I’ve included 40 Spanish word-only 9-square grids, 4 per page (10 pages). The mixed word and picture grids are ideal for additional challenge and differentiated - there are 20 of these.
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