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Note: Now you can replace some or all of the pictures in the picture bingo option with vocabulary words to help teach students vocabulary.
We have three different types of picture bingo cards that you can make: 3x3, 4x4 and 5x5 picture bingo using pictures from a theme that you select or substitute vocabulary words that you provide. You may also choose to print the blank bingo cards and then, like one viewer did, give children a variety of stickers to make their own. (Thanks for the suggestion Jeanne.)
We also have a traditional 5x5 number bingo card available to print. The 'free space' of this card is thematic.
You may want to laminate the bingo cards after you print them. You can also print the call sheet on heavier paper or glue the page to a piece of cardboard before you cut the call pieces out. These two suggestions will allow you to use these bingo cards for many, many games.
You'll notice that I've combined a few themes that I typically list separately (for example, I combined Blues Clues, Dora the Explorer, Dragon Tales and Maggie and the Ferocious Beast to make the "Young Children Shows" bingo card). This was necessary because I need 30 images to make a bingo card and it's tough to come up with 30 different images for one show.