I thought I’d share this language game from my Early Childhood blog, FollowThatChild. In a Kindergarten environment or at home, this sounds bingo game is so much fun. The children don’t realise they are learning to read.

I’ve used this great resource from The Measured Mom to make a Bingo alphabet sounds game.

It took quite a while to find the right pictures because I wanted it to be obvious what the sound was. For example ‘f’ needed to be ‘f’ for ‘fish’ not ‘fr’ for ‘frog’. The pictures needed to be of only one thing so that it was clear to the children e.g. flowers would just be flowers and not someone holding flowers or flowers in a vase.

There are lots of photos in this pack so for most sounds I was able to pick and choose.

Then I printed out the letters in the Queensland Beginners Alphabet, cut them out, stuck them on and laminated them.


(I still have to laminate these cards so just imagine they are all flat and shiny please!)

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Sounds bingo is a very popular game for young children.


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