Free Pre-K Sight Word Bingo Cards [6 Different Cards]

Last Updated on February 19, 2022 by Michele Tripple

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Pre-K Sight Word Bingo is the perfect way to help your preschooler learn all their sight words! Grab these fun printable bingo boards and get playing! Just download, print, and play.

feature image: Pre-K Sight Word Bingo on a purple border

Bingo is so fun to play with the kids! In fact, it is one of our favorite things to do together! Some of our favorite bingo games would have to be this fun Ocean bingo, fall bingo, summer bingo, and of course this Pre-K Sight Word Bingo game. We love that is a game that everyone can have fun playing together no matter how old or young they are.

This is the perfect game to use at home, in the classroom, or anytime you need a fun activity for the kids to do!

This game in specific is a great way to reinforce what my Pre-K kids are learning throughout the day at school! I know your kids will love it too!

How to Play Pre-K Sight Word Bingo

One thing I love about bingo games is that the rules are very easy for new players to catch onto. 

To set up the game, start by downloading the bingo calling card and boards below. Then print them out and cut out the calling cards. A great tip here is to laminate the cards and boards so they can be reused many times without damaging the paper.

Then, choose someone to be the caller. They will place all of the cut up calling cards into a bowl and take them out one by one. Next, pass out a board and tokens to each of your players. 

The caller will pull the first card out and read it aloud. The players will then try to find that word on their own board. When they find it, they will mark it with their token. The first player to get five in a row (horizontally, vertically, or diagonally) yells out “bingo!” The player will repeat the words that comprised their bingo to ensure it is correct with what the caller read off. If it is correct, then that player wins! 

At this point, you can wipe the boards and start a whole new round, or you can keep the boards as is and go for second and third place.    

pin image: Pre-K Sight Word Bingo with a kid sitting on an alphabet block

Tips for Playing Pre-K Sight Word Bingo

  • Get creative with the tokens used to mark the spaces! If you have laminated the boards, you could easily use dry erase markers. My kids love it when we use small candies to mark the spaces (like Smarties, conversation hearts, etc.). You could also use any other small toy or counter.
  • Have the players switch boards every few rounds to keep things fresh! If you’re playing in a classroom, this is also a great opportunity for the kids to get to know one another better. Have them switch with someone across the room to encourage socialization as well as a mental break from studying.
  • If your kids need some more motivation, or they love a good competition, be sure to throw in some prizes for the winners! Even small things like stickers, treats, or small toys add that extra fun element. 

Benefits of Pre-K Sight Word Bingo

This bingo game is great to help your younger kids reinforce their reading skills. They are practicing recognizing the word audibly and visually. When they repeat back to the caller they are practicing reading out loud. It is almost like flashcards, but a fun way to break from the norm and add more variety to their learning.

Another reason I love playing bingo with my kids is that they are able to practice good sportsmanship skills. Some of these skills include patience, diligence, winning gracefully, losing gracefully, taking turns, and more! 

Printable Pre-K Sight Word Bingo Game

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Helpful Tools We Love When Downloading Printables

  • Printer– I love my HP+ printer that uses Instant Ink. I love it because we can use as much color ink as you want for one low cost starting at $.99/ month for ink. Try it out for free here!
  • Cardstock- I always recommend printing on cardstock. This makes it way more durable so you don’t have to worry about printing it time and time again.
  • Laminator / Laminating Sheets- Again for added durability grab a laminator and laminating sheets so that you can use this again and again!
  • Scissors (seriously love these ones)
  • Dry Erase Pens- Use dry erase pens so that you can wipe your laminated printable clean over and over again for endless use!

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