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Under the Sea Bingo

Under the Sea Bingo

About This Primary Resource

A fun ‘under the sea’ themed bingo game. It is ideal to use to help build literacy skills and reinforce vocabulary relating to your ‘under the sea’ topic.

As an alternative you could create a game just using the picture cards. Simply pair the cards with their equivalent real/ toy objects and create a ‘hunt for the object’ game. First of all take the children on a walk around the setting inside or outside and hide the objects, using positional language to describe where you are hiding them. When all the objects are hidden, share out the cards, giving each child the same quantity – or with the very youngest children- just one each- and then there’s a race to see who can find their object first. If you do not have matching objects then just print two sets of the cards.

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  1. rebecca

    I am a primary teacher, teaching grade 1 at the moment and doing an ocean theme. Was looking at some extra resources and liked these

  2. Katie White

    The resources look very useful

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