Snowflake Bingo Game

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Posted on Dec 14 2014 - 1:00am by Victoria
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I hope you all enjoyed and got a chance to make last months Turkey Name Game. We still have ours out because Kaidence loves playing with it so much. This month we have a fun Snowflake Bingo Game that you can customize. This is a great game to play to review color recognition, letter recognition, numbers, and even adding and subtraction.

Snowflake Bingo Game for Kids

I’ve been looking for a way to have the girls play with each other and for Kaelyn to help Kaidence review her numbers and letters. So, I thought that making a fun interactive bingo game using the season would get the girls interested in practicing lessons. Especially if there were marshmallows involved!

Materials Needed to make your Snowflake Bingo Game:

  • White card stock paper
  • Dry erase markers
  • Scissors
  • Stapler
  • Laminating machine
  • Bingo cards (you can either make them or print some out online)
  • Mini marshmallows (these will be your counters)

Addition Snowflake Bingo with Marshmallows

Making your snowflakes:

Step One: Laminate your sheet of white card stock. This will allow the snowflakes to last longer and you can change your game around.

Step Two: Cut your white card stock laminated paper into strips. You need three strips per snowflake

Color Snowflake Bingo Game for Toddlers to review colors

Step Three: Layer two strips like an X and then the third strip across. Staple in the middle. Don’t worry if your snowflakes are not all even, not every snowflake is alike anyway πŸ™‚

Kids Snowflake Bingo Game to review colors, numbers, letters

Step Four: Writing the game on your snowflake. The best thing about laminating your snowflakes is that you can reuse them over and over again.

Snowflake Bingo Game for Kids to use as lesson review

I made bingo cards according to the game we were playing and then I laminated them that way the girls can use them too. Using the mini marshmallows as counters we played several different games of bingo. The girls really like to play the games over and over again, especially when whoever yells out bingo first gets to eat their marshmallows as a reward πŸ™‚ 

For the addition and subtraction game I give her the answer and she needs to find which addition or subtraction sentence equals my answer. She’s been asking to play it everyday! I think I finally found a way to get Kaelyn to practice her addition and subtraction while having fun!

How would you use your Snowflake Bingo Game?

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