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Royal Bingo and Lotto Game

Royal Bingo and Lotto Game - This fun and interactive bingo and lotto game is a great way for your children to practise their reading skills as part of a Royal or kings and queens topic. Perfect as a group activity for up to 6 children at a time or 12 in pairs. Children spread out all the separate word cards and each have a bingo/lotto board. They take turns picking a word card from the middle to read aloud and all children cover up the word if they have it on their card. The first person to cover all their words wins!
Tags in this resource:
  • queen-elizabeth-ii-1.png
  • the-queen-walking-her-corgis.png
  • prince-philip.png
  • buckingham-palace.png
  • king-3.png
  • queens-coronation.png
  • crown-3.png
  • david-i-being-crowned-king.png
  • queen-elizabeth-ii.png
  • throne.png
  • a-generic-queen.png
  • the-queen-full-body.png

This zip file contains:
  • Blank Colour Boards [PDF]
  • Blank Lotto Cards [PDF]
  • Colour Counters [PDF]
  • Picture and Word Boards [PDF]
  • Picture and Word Lotto Cards [PDF]
  • Word Boards [PDF]
  • Word List [PDF]
  • Word Lotto Cards [PDF]

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  • Homepage » Key Stage 1 » Subjects » History » Kings and Queens
  • Homepage » Early Years » Understanding the World Resources » Places » Countries And Continents » Great Britain/United Kingdom » The Royal Family » The Queen's Birthday
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