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For kids who haven’t yet learned their numbers and letters, this Zingo game still lets them in on the action. Rather than calling numbers, players select tiles that have animals and objects on them, which they try to match on their card. From a ghost to a cake and a ball, the images are simple and easy to identify. Each one also has the word written out below it, which promotes early reading skills.
Recommended for ages 3 to 7 and for up to nine players, Zingo can be played several different ways to spice up the fun and keep the whole family entertained. The award-winning game has a loyal following of fans, and it makes a great gift.
For fun on the go, check out Take 'n' Play Anywhere Bingo. The pieces and board are magnetic, so you don’t have to worry about them being knocked off, dropped and lost in the action. It’s perfect for car trips, long flights and while waiting for appointments.
It features easy-to-identify animals rather than numbers, so it's simple for children to play; it's recommended for ages 4 and up. This set includes 36 magnetic markers in red and blue, one magnetic game board, a spinner and the rules. It all comes in a tin case, which makes it easy to take along wherever you’re going. Those who have bought this game say it’s a great value for on-the-go fun.
Learning to read can be lots of fun with this Sight Words Bingo Game. Kids can practice learning sight words while they try to win. It comes with 36 different playing cards that contain 60 common vocabulary words, as well as chips, a caller’s mat and calling cards.
This set is recommended for ages 5 to 10, but there are other levels available depending on where your child is when it comes to reading. It can be played with up to 36 players, so it’s great for a crowd, and many teachers use the game in their classrooms.
You can count on this game to help teach kids their numbers while they’re just having fun. It features numbers 0 to 20 and is recommended for ages 4 to 7, but it can be played a variety of ways to accommodate various skill levels and turn up the volume on the fun.
The set comes with 36 playing cards, so up to 36 people can play at a time. It also comes with chips, a caller’s mat, and a board. It's a great learning tool that kids love. The countdown to fun and learning is on.
This fun bingo game helps kids learn all about the 50 nifty United States. From where each state is on the map to fun facts about them, such as their native wildlife and industries they’re known for, it teaches them all about this great nation of ours.
This game is recommended for kids ages 5 and up, and it’s a great way to start building geography skills while they have no idea they’re learning. It’s not a bad way for parents to brush up on some basic facts, too. The set comes with six bingo cards, 84 playing pieces and a bag in which they can all be stored.
Who said bingo has to be a sedentary sport? OK, it may not actually be a sport, but these outdoor bingo cards will get your family out and about in the great outdoors. Each card features 25 things that are found in nature, like a mushroom, cloud, worm or squirrel, for example. Once you find one of the things on the cards, you slide the window over the item to mark that you’ve found it. That means no little markers to lose — all you need is the card and nature to play. Instructions for playing are printed right on the back of the cards.
These cards are great for hikes, camping or anytime you want to spend some time in nature. Two cards are included in this pack, and it’s a good small gift, Easter basket filler or stocking stuffer. It's recommended for ages 3 and up, but it’s fun for the whole family.
For a little bilingual bingo, this set is muy bueno. It’s a great tool for those learning basic Spanish skills. Included are 40 game cards that feature color pictures of everyday items such as an apple, truck, ball, flower and brush. The Spanish word for each is printed below, which encourages players to make the association between the two.
The set also comes with chips, calling cards and an answer mat, as well as a game guide that’s printed in both English and Spanish. Buyers say it’s a fun way to learn basic Spanish, and teachers say they love it, too. One who has been teaching Spanish for 29 years called it “an essential classroom resource.”
This classic bingo set is sturdy with an old-school vibe. Wooden balls are placed in the spinner and round and round they go in the metal cage until a number is called. Players mark the numbers they have on the classic shutter cards, so there’s no need for markers or daubers. A solid-wood bingo board is included for the caller to keep track of the numbers called.
Designed for two to eight players, ages 8 and up, it’s fun for parties or family game night.