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I made this Valentine Bingo game a few years back for my son's preschool Valentine's Day party. This is a wonderful game for preschoolers to exercise their visual ...
I made mine out of craft foam, but it could be made using cardboard/paper or felt, too.
I cut the game boards out of craft foam, then used a black marker to draw out a grid of 16 squares. Size the squares to match the ...
I needed 16 different shapes but the bucket only came with 12, so I drew smiley faces on a couple, and flipped over a couple of others. You ...
Then I cut a small square of craft foam and glued it to a craft stick.
I glued one of the shapes onto the front of the square of craft foam.
I repeated this for each of the shapes, until I had a 16 sticks with 16 different shapes.
To call a number, I blindly picked a stick and then showed the shape to the students. I helped them out a bit by asking them to notice ...
For cover-ups, we used blue foam hearts. You could also use candies or kisses or pennies or any other items.
These were easy to make and worked wonderfully for their party. It was a quiet game that encouraged learning without them even knowing it. And we even offered ...
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