Rhyming Bingo Set


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  • Oct 8th

    Awesome. Love the size of the pictures and the colours.
    I will use it for building vocabulary, teaching and reinforcing rhyme.

  • Apr 25th

    Reinforce rhyming words for Phase 1 intervention work

  • Mar 23rd

    reinforce rhyming words

  • Mar 4th

    nursery class rhyming activity

  • Feb 25th

    Build resources to deliver an uncomplicated way of learning rhyme.

  • Feb 20th

    nurture room resources

  • Feb 16th

    i will use it as my teaching aid for my pupils to learn rhyming words easier

  • Feb 7th

    Foundation rhyming game

  • Jan 9th

    home practise fun

  • Nov 25th

    a school practicuum assignment

  • Oct 22nd

    for my sen it looks fun

  • Oct 17th

    Re-visiting rhyming at the end of the year in a fun way.

  • Sep 29th

    Give cards to students who will find their matching partners and then make up silly sentences using the rhyming words.

  • Sep 28th

    I cut them up and used as a matchinmg game on the carpet, children then had to find a partner with a matching rhyme.

  • Sep 22nd

    Literacy intervention

  • Sep 21st

    Letters and sounds, rhyming bingo

  • Sep 21st

    Speech and Literacy intervention

  • Sep 5th

    Speech and Literacy intervention.

  • Aug 28th

    Rhyme identificaiton for LS group.

  • Aug 28th

    Small group game for my new class

  • Aug 20th

    letters and sound activities

  • Aug 7th

    Group rotations

  • Jul 10th

    to be used in literacy groups and cognitive play activities

    • Jul 10th

      Hi mav1911,
      Sounds great - thank you for sharing!

  • Jul 9th

    to enhance pre-school children knowledge on rhyming words by cutting each picture and rearranging to have 2 rhyming pictures and a different one - Out one out game :-)

    • Jul 9th

      Hi beechwoodgemmas,
      Thank you for sharing! :)

  • Jun 28th

    supporting my Kindy students to learn rhyme.

    • Jun 28th

      Hi ezzabella4,
      Sounds great! Thanks for sharing :)

  • Jun 21st

    For teaching pre-school children rhyming words

    • Jun 21st

      Hi juliefarrer,
      That's a lovely idea - thanks for letting others know! :)

  • Jun 11th

    For teaching preschool children rhyming words

    • Jun 11th

      Hi JellyFlower,
      That's a lovely idea - glad we could help! :)

  • Jun 2nd

    I would use this resource for pre-primary students to teach them rhyming words

    • Jun 2nd

      Thanks for your comment dahug1. :)

  • May 29th

    Aspect 5 Alliteration in letters and sounds.

  • May 19th

    using rhyme in EFL

  • May 9th

    finding words that rhyme for EAL children

  • May 7th

    classroom use

  • Apr 19th

    Phase 1 Letters and Sounds Aspect 4 Rhythm and Rhyme

  • Apr 19th

    1:1 additional support with phoneme recognition and rhyming

  • Apr 11th

    teaching rhyme

  • Mar 22nd

    In the work environment

  • Mar 18th

    to use for group time

  • Mar 15th

    To use with a small group of children at phonics time

  • Mar 11th

    A really great resource.

  • Mar 4th

    An independent rhyming challenge in a reception classroom.

  • Feb 25th

    really great resource - thank you!

  • Feb 25th

    Very good. Uses common objects so will be good for EAL children.

  • Feb 21st

    Very helpful also for ESL young learners.

  • Feb 18th

    Activity with child

  • Feb 16th

    i love the slim idea below thanks karen

  • Feb 1st

    I'm shrinking them, cutting them into individual picture cards, laminating and hiding them in slime, gloop, cooked spaghetti, etc. Messy fun finding rhyming groups!

  • Jan 2nd

    As a game within a discreet phonics lesson. It could also be played in small groups by a student or a parent helper,

  • Jan 2nd

    I would use it as a starter, putting the numbers in the correct order and sticking them on. I would then explain to the children that they have made a number line which is going to be displayed in their classroom that they can use to help them when they are working things out in maths

  • Oct 28th


  • Jul 15th

    sweet rhyming bingo

  • Jul 3rd

    Love this resource.

Rhyming Bingo Set

Rhyming Bingo Set - 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!

Why not also check out our lovely what rhymes resources?

This resource is available in Words and Standard.
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