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Put magnetic letters into a drawstring bag. Take turns drawing a letter. Put the letter on a magnetic board so that everyone could see what it was. Using bingo markers, students found the letter on their sheet and marked it with a dot. The activity continued until all the letters had been found & stamped. Use with sight words and math facts.

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Christmas Math Bingo - features a Computer Bingo Caller option to make your classroom more interactive. Use this to draw random question cards and to display called answers while the class follows along with their own printed bingo cards. Cost is two fifty. Try the FREE DEMO from TpT.

Literacy Center Activities with Accountability - This is a pack of 27 different literacy centers. It includes; Listening Center, Word Wall Center, Reading Center, Art Center, Word Work Center/Building Words Center. There are instructions and tips for each activity. $

If they turn in ALL their homework for that morning they get to write their name on any square. On friday's I will pull out two bingo chips...and whatever names are on that square they will be invited to Lunch Bunch that day Sometimes I may have one kid, 5 kids, 10 kids, or no all depends on where they write their name and what letters i pull from the containers. I have one container for HOMEWORK and one for BINGO. So I lets say I pull an W from homeWork and an G from binGO..who eve...

writing a letter about what they learned for the day and practice letter format.. great activities to introduce writing weekly letters to their family about what they did in school that week!

A great addition to your word work station!