Listen and Play Bingo Game
Pre-schoolers and younger elementary aged kids can be stubborn when it comes to learning new things. I have found that the best way to get my kids to learn is to make it fun. No better way to make things fun than playing a game then enforces the skills you are trying to teach them. This way they won’t even realize they are learning.
This Listen and Play Bingo is designed to help your little ones recognize sounds and match them to the pictures that go with it.Once they are beyond just using pictures, it also helps with word recognition as the words are written under the pictures.
Included in the box are four double sided playing cards to keep things interesting, thirty-six picture word cards and they even send suggestions on different ways to play the game to best fit your little ones skills. I love that I can use the pictures to play with my non-readers and once they learn how to read they can match just the words on the cards to the words on the boards.
There is nothing more frustrating than trying to play a game with your kids and it’s hard to explain to them in a way that they understand. This easy to play game is the perfect solution for that. Just push the button, listen for the sound, identify the sound and find the matching card.
Listen and Play Bingo is geared towards kids that are ages three and up but I think that anyone could have fun with. It can be played with two to four players so the whole family can have fun.
If your kids are anything like mine they can be pretty rough on games and toys sometimes causing them to get ruined easily (usually after the first use). This Listen and Play Bingo is made of quality material that will hold up to your excited child and their quick movements. This means you will be able to play it more than once before the pieces are bent beyond repair.
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Jennifer Heitz says
What a nice variation of Bingo for the kids! It looks like fun, and they may learn at the same time.