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Positional Language Bingo

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Positional Language Bingo - Postion, Positional, Bingo, game, Positional Language, Position Words, up, down, inside, outside, next to, North, South, East, West
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  • 5 days ago

    Looks good, quick game to improve receptive language

  • Feb 19th

    I would love to use this for whole group instruction in my Kindergarten room for position words and then for remediation or previewing with my ELL students

  • Feb 19th

    center games

  • Feb 13th

    barrier games

  • Feb 12th

    group rotations

  • Feb 11th

    class work

  • Feb 10th

    key group time

  • Jan 26th

    promote language skills

  • Jan 15th

    Supporting teacher's class work

  • Jan 7th

    Small group instruction

  • Jan 6th

    I am using this for a whole group activity for my extended resource room

  • Dec 24th, 2014

    Assessment.

  • Dec 9th, 2014

    teaching and assessing

  • Nov 18th, 2014

    Teaching and assessing prepositional language in Nursery.

  • Oct 20th, 2014

    I To introduce positional vocabulary to a preschool group

  • Oct 15th, 2014

    with a child I work 1-1 with

  • Sep 29th, 2014

    Teaching prepositions to ESL students

  • Jan 25th, 2014

    with my pre- k class

  • Nov 26th, 2013

    My daughter is learning positional words in pre-k right now. I plan on using this to help her more.

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Positional Language Bingo

Positional Language Bingo - Fun and interactive, bingo is a great way to introduce your children to new topics and reinforce your teaching on current ones. Perfect as a whole-class activity - simply show or call out different cards in turn and have your children cover up the image or word if they have it on their card. The first person to cover everything wins!
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