Homeschooling your preschooler can be an exciting journey filled with new milestones, discoveries, and, let’s be honest, a fair share of challenges. The crucial task of introducing core learning concepts to our little ones can sometimes require a fresh perspective and a lot of creativity. 

Bingo has been a beloved game for many generations, but it’s often thought of as an activity for adults or older children.   Enter preschool bingo — an educational take that turns this classic into a fun learning extravaganza for tiny tots. 

Unique Benefits of Bingo
What makes bingo such a gem in the education arsenal? It's highly adaptable and caters to various learning styles. It’s a low-pressure game that lends itself to repetition, a key component of early learning.

Engaging with bingo at this age can help your child develop essential skills such as listening, recognition, and fine motor abilities, all while reinforcing fundamental knowledge areas.

WHAT YOU NEED:

Parental Involvement
Preschool bingo thrives on parental interactions and guidance. As a homeschool parent, you play a crucial role in not only facilitating the game but also enhancing the learning opportunities it presents. 

ALPHABET
Mix up the alphabet tiles and call out the letter.  Encourage your child to find the matching one on their board.  The first person to get one full row wins!

Other ideas:
  • Use uppercase letters and a lowercase bingo board or the other way around. 
  • Call out the letter but don't let your child see it. 
  • Say the sound of the letter and see if they can find it on the board. 
COLORS
Mix up the color tiles and call out the color.  Encourage your child to find the matching one on their board.  The first person to get one full row wins!

Other ideas:
  • Say the color of something and have them find it on the board. 
  • Don't let your child see the color tile and have them find it on their own. 
NUMBERS
Mix up the number tiles and call out the number.  Encourage your child to find the matching one on their board.  The first person to get one full row wins!

Other ideas:
  • Don't let your child see the number tile and have them find it on their own. 
SHAPES
Mix up the shape tiles and call out the shape.  Encourage your child to find the matching one on their board.  The first person to get one full row wins!

Other ideas:
  • Say the name of something that is that shape and see if they can guess the shape. 
  • Don't let your child see the number tile and have them find it on their own. 
SIGHT WORDS
Mix up the sight word tiles and call out the sight word.  Encourage your child to find the matching one on their board.  The first person to get one full row wins!

Bingo is not just a game; it's a versatile educational tool that can foster a love for learning in your preschooler. The adaptability of bingo allows you to incorporate it into various aspects of your curriculum, making it a fun and integral part of your child's early education. Whether you choose to focus on the alphabet, colors, numbers, shapes, or sight words, bingo is sure to bring not only educational value but also joy and engagement to your homeschooling experience.




This is one of the activities from my activity book: Pre-K The Fun Way
The book contains many fun and engaging activities that help your child learn while having fun.







Xx Jeni

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