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TREND ENTERPRISES, INC.

Alphabet Bingo Games

4.8
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AU$ 57.00
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Description

  • 36 playing cards" and "Over 200 chips" and "Caller's mat and cards" and "Ideal for teaching Pre-Kindergarten to Grade 1" and "Ages 4 to 6

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Customer Reviews

ABC bingoI am using this with my grandchildren. Instead of using it for letter recognition, we are using it to recognize the phonic sounds the letters make. So, instead of calling out the letter, I make the sound of the letter instead. My grandchildren love the game (6,5 and 3). Sometimes we use mini my little ponies or chocolate kisses for playing chips. They love, love it. 5Great for learningMy little one was struggling with alphabet flashcards and finding it a bit boring. This has been great for learning letters and made it fun and interesting for her. By calling out the letter and having her tell me if she has it on her bingo card before I reveal the letter. We even take turns pulling the letters for the game. Great tool for headache free alphabet learning and great quality. 5Made learning fun again and taught my daughter to recognize every letter in the alphabet!I honestly cannot say enough how much I love this game. Best $6 or $7 I've spent in a long time. It was a last minute "why not" purchase as a Christmas present for my 4 year old daughter. She wasn't exactly thrilled when she opened it. It doesn't have all the bells and whistles kids nowadays are accustomed to. After one game, this became our new family favorite. I've been struggling to help her learn the letters of the alphabet before she starts preschool in the fall. I've tried a lot of ways (mainly from Pinterest which typically is a lifesaver) but she would get bored with it after 10-15 minutes. I think because she sees this as a game (which it is) instead of something she "has" to do, she loves it and a month later we still play a few times a day. At its core it's your basic bingo game. Everything is paper. The large letter board seems like regular weight paper, and the bingo cards, letters, and red dots are a heavier weight card stock. Our letter board has a few minor rips in it and has had water spilled on it at least once, but it still serves its purpose. If you are able to, I would recommend laminating everything (especially if using it in a classroom setting).My daughter is really catching on and can now independently recognize every letter of the alphabet! In the beginning when she only recognized about half of the letters, we had her start at A and point to each letter while saying/singing her ABCs until she got to the letter on the card. I thought she would be over it by the second game, but surprisingly she loved it! I'm so glad I bought this game, it has truly increased her confidence and has her eager to learn again! Would buy this again in a heartbeat. 5Bingo!!This game has been an awesome supplement for alphabet recognition & beginning reading for my 5 yo grandson.We play as a family & he forgets he s learning. The upper & lower case letters are both shown & it s a great help. It s also helped with being a gracious loser & celebrating when someone else achieves bingo. Aided in learning to be patient. We let him have his turn at calling as well.A great reading supplement!Not flimsy, but the pieces aren t very thick. 5Fun way to trick your kids into learning!Such a great way to have fun with your kids and help teach them without them even knowing it! My little girl is going into kindergarten and we have been doing all the things you do to prep your kids but she is tired of us singing and using flash cards. So for her birthday we bought her this and found a way to sneak in learning while playing! The box comes with everything you would need to play bingo and is very simple to set up. There are several cards with the red dots you would use to put on the cards when your letter is called. They are on a cardboard type paper and they are perforated and just pop out. There are 36 bingo cards. 36. Need I say more. There is also the alphabet that is perforated that you pull apart. Lastly there is a large sheet that has the alphabet on it so as you call the letters you can mark them off as you call them so you know what was called. We have had a ton of fun playing this game. Only thing is the cards have four across on two rows so there are not a whole lot of options of which way to play the game. It gives a few options but it isn't like the normal bingo we think of. However considering that this is for younger children it makes it so they are just long enough to hold their attention. My daughter is excited that she recognizes the letters and also is learning the ones she doesn't really know. Fantastic for your kids! 5An alright Preschool game.I got this game to play more of a family game due to me homeschooling preschool. It is like your average bingo game. The things I don't really like is how small the bingo cards are. It gets boring for littles because they only will have 8 of the 26 letters. I think this game would be so much funner with more slots to keep little hands busy, and minds going looking for bingos. 3Great alphabet recognition gamePurchased to assist in teaching our 4 year old alphabet recognition. She is able to recite the alphabet but is unable to identify all the letters. This is a great letter recognition way to keep it fun. The some of the pieces are not high qualify but effective and worth the cost.The game has (calling cards)26 alphabet paper cardstock pieces that measure 2 1/4" with perforated lines to separate them. A foldable alphabet paper mat 17" x 11 1/2" that you place the calling cards onto once that letter has been drawn and called out. Six heavy weight paper sheets of bingo chips w/ perforated edges that you push out to use as the bingo chips totaling 33 chips per sheet. Thirty six card stock playing cards that measure 9 x 6 1/2" that you place the chip on when a letter has been called out. A instructional sheet..... Most of the game is a heavier weigh paper, the cards you place the chips on are heavier than the rest and everything is large enough for little one to quickly identify what letter has been called and recognize it on their playing card. The whole family playing and it definitely kept her attention and she was excited to recognize her letter and well as scanned her parents cards to see if we had a match too. I would recommend this game for the need it is intended for which is an educational fun need. The pieces will last as long as its supervised. 5BingoI use this ALL the time with my kindergarten class! Love that it has enough cards to play whole class or small group and it has both the lowercase and uppercase letters on the cards. My students love it and don't even realize they are learning so much as they play. Sure they are practicing their letter names and sounds but also they are figuring out how many they have covered and how many more they need. 5This is a great game for kids trying to learn their lettersThis is a great game for kids trying to learn their letters. My sons preschool teacher uses this in the classroom so we bought it to work on letters more at home. Within a few weeks of playing one or two games a day, he has his letters down perfectly. It s a great and fun learning tool! 5Good for the price, but has a short lifespanI bought this came for my kids (3 and 4) to start working on their letters. It comes with plenty of bingo cards that are on thick paper...but the red circles and the letters that you draw are on very thin paper. Some even ripped as we were punching them out to play for the first time. Also, for kids this age, they need to be a little more durable. We have played three times since purchasing and many of the cards are folded and crumpled, simply because my kids are small and fiddle with them. For the price, its probably worth it - you'll get a few uses out of it before the pieces are either lost or ruined - but if you want something that will hold up I would recommend a game that comes with cardboard pieces vice paper. 3
Alphabet Bingo Games

Alphabet Bingo Games

4.8
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
AU$ 57.00
Sale price
AU$ 57.00
Regular price
AU$ 94.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (AU$ 37.00)