Colorful leaves falling from the trees.
The aroma of hot apple cider.
The sound of little voices calling,
"Batty Batty Bingo! Batty Batty Bingo!"
Well, yes, in my classroom, at least, where we enjoyed nothing more than a rousing game of this review bingo right before lunch, or at the end of the day, ... or whenever we felt it was time to squeeze in a little extra fun with our learning! I can still see Colby, one of my students the first year we played this game, with his arm waving frantically back and forth, grinning from ear to ear, and yelling, "Batty Batty Bingo!" with all his might!
This is a bingo game with extra benefits, since each student who plays will be writing the letters or words on his or her own board, thereby getting the added reinforcement of writing and reading the word! Fun for the whole class, but especially good for RTI or small leveled groups.
Here's the set of 5 games at TPT: letters, letters in sequence, letter sounds, sight words, and sight words in context. Click on the cover below to see it.
Here below is your freebie from Google Docs. It's a letter bingo game from the Batty Batty set. :)
Click and enjoy!