Let's Play Bingo: Movie Edition
We will play movie themed bingo while talking about our favorite movies and characters. You are welcome to dress up as your favorite movie character for our bingo game!
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We will play movie themed bingo while talking about our favorite movies and characters. You are welcome to dress up as your favorite movie character for our bingo game (optional). We may play fun alternate ways of getting bingo, such as 4 Corners, Center Square, and Bottom Row. Bingo is a fun way to grab the attention of students while fostering positive socialization among players. When we play bingo, we are encouraging healthy competition, boosting cognitive function, and improving memory....
The student will be sent an attachment with their bingo card. Each child will get one numbered bingo card that they will need to reuse during the game. You may print the card on a printer, save it to a second device and use the mark-up pen tool, or draw the grid/write the names on paper. You will need to register for the class at least 30 minutes prior to start time in order for me to send you your bingo card and for you to have time to print/draw/save it to a device. You may use any items you have around the house for markers, but pieces of candy work great! Dressing up as your favorite character from a movie will add to our fun, but that is completely optional.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
25 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
The nature of some games is that there will be winners and losers. Some children (and adults for that matter) have a hard time losing. Rather than a game of skill, Bingo is a game of pure chance, much like Candyland. The player has no control over the outcome of the game. No one likes to lose, but we all do at some point. Playing games can be fun and exciting, but they also help develop and build needed social skills, losing gracefully is one of the big ones. If you feel your child is able to enjoy playing Bingo for fun, even when losing, I would love to have them join our game!
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🇺🇸Lives in the United States
48 total reviews
62 completed classes
Hi! My name is Lizzy, and I have been a licensed and certified classroom teacher for 26 years and an online teacher for 4 years. I have a bachelor's degree in Communications from The University of Tennessee and a master's degree in Education from...