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Little Red Hen Bingo

Little Red Hen Bingo

About This Primary Resource

A The Little Red Hen themed bingo game, showing a variety of characters and scenes from the story. Simply cut out the picture cards and ask the children to match the words with the images. This can be played as an individual game or as part of a classroom activity. It’s a great way of teaching about the story and reinforcing certain keywords in a fun and engaging way.

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  1. romeisha

    need worksheets for the little red hen story

  2. akbar

    hi!i need these work sheets!

  3. Margarids

    I would love to download the bingo

  4. Liz Howe

    I’m an SEN teacher and am always looking for new activities.

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