Ocean Bingo (Magma for Laurence King)
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When walking the coast you may find snails, crabs, and seaweed within tide pools or along the shore. Whereas to see whales, octopus, and sea turtles you have to go into the ocean. This free BINGO game printable is great for family game nightand is a simple way to get the family communicating and spending more quality time together.
An ocean party is something that everyone loves!! Plus it is very easy to throw together at the last minute. We love playing ocean bingo when we have any kind of beach or ocean party. Popular designs include: Hammerhead Sharks, Starfish, and Sea Turtles! We also have coral reefs, octopus, and great white sharks. Here on the blog, we are passionate about all things nature inspired! We have a whole collection of ocean themed resources for you to use with your kids.
There are 10 unique cards included. If you have more than 10 players you can break them up into small groups and play in groups of 2-3 players. You can also hand out similar cards and have more than one winner at a time. Bingo is a classic go-to game for lots of family fun! In our home, we love Animal bingo, summer bingo, fall bingo, and of course this fun Ocean Bingo game because who doesn’t love the ocean and the beach?! My family has shared countless memories at the beach and this game helps us remember those good family moments together. I feel like most of the time spent playing is actually spent reliving those stories. I love it!
I always have related books available throughout a unit. On the top shelf, I have Steve Jenkins’ Down Down Down (an amazing book and one of Zoey’s very favorite books), The Big Book of the Blue (lovely!), and Ocean: a Photicular Book (see below). Ocean bowling is a simple game. Grab some plastic water bottles and add some blue food coloring so the water in the bottles is blue. The kids can use a coconut to bowl or they can use a plastic bowling ball.Your class will have lots of fun with this ocean bingo set. You’ll find all sorts of sea creatures on these cards including dolphins, squids, whales, pufferfish and more! There are so many fun ways to use both the bingo set and the lotto set. There are colour counters, picture boards, lotto cards, word boards, word cards to play bingo as a whole class or in small groups. You can also use the picture cards for a fun matching game. There are so many possibilities with this brilliant resource. Use candy or non-candy items as markers. When the image is called out, the player puts a marker on that image. Playing animal bingo is simple! You each grab a game card. Once everyone has one then the caller will turn over an animal card. They can choose to act it out including making the animal noise for everyone to mark it off their cards if they have it. Of course, don’t forget to show the picture as well.