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Peaceable Kingdom Alphabet Bingo Board Game
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- UPDATED CLASSIC: Swim with the sharks & have lunch with the lobsters! Classic game with a new look. With 3 game variations & fun, friendly art it is perfect for all the little friends in your life.
- LEARNING AND GROWING: Kids learn letter recognition, letter/object association, develop and improve concentration skills. A valuable teaching tool that creates focus so learning becomes fun.
- PLAYING IS GROWTH: Frequent play for children is beneficial on many levels. Play creates opportunity for social skill development, numerous cognitive benefits, and can improve emotional well being.
- CREATIVE WAYS TO LEARN AND PLAY: Variations are included! For a twist on traditional bingo, try Letter sound bingo, cooperative bingo, picture bingo to determine the letter that goes with the picture.
- WHO CAN PLAY: Anyone can enjoy bingo! For 2-6 players ages 4 and up. Includes 6 game boards, 26 letter tokens (1 each of every alphabet letter) and 72 chips to mark your matches
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Learning becomes easier and more fun with Alphabet Bingo! Teaching children with games and play imparts knowledge and makes learning seem less like a chore and more like fun! Teachers have used bingo for decades to educate children in math, letters, and a variety of subjects. Alphabet Bingo can help your child with valuable pre-reading skills by teaching letter sounds and recognition of capital letters all while enjoying a wholesome traditional game. Kindness is essential to success in life. Cooperative games blend playful fun with a chance to learn compassion and practice kindness toward others. Common goals teach kids to work together. Cooperative games enable players to win or lose as a team, which builds resilience and strengthens friendships. Nothing is more important than meaningful connections. Cooperative games are an engaging way to turn off the screens and join together for face-to-face play. Cooperative games emphasize play, not competition. Kids work together, help each other and, most importantly, they play for FUN! Since 1983 play has been the heart and soul of Peaceable Kingdom. Silly play, special play, wholehearted play! We create experiences to help kids play well together, so they can play well in the world. Our games and gifts connect kids and families, encourage learning and self-expression and let imaginations soar. And if a piece of your Peaceable Kingdom game or gift gets lost in all that fun, we will gladly send you a replacement piece - just contact us directly with your need! When play comes from the heart and feeds the soul, that’s Peaceable Kingdom.
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|Item Dimensions||—||1.18 x 15.75 x 10.63 in||2 x 10.5 x 8 in||11.03 x 2.46 x 8.27 in||6 x 8 x 8 in||10 x 8.6 x 4.5 in|
|Item Weight||1.3 lbs||1.12 lbs||1 lb||1 lb||4.5 lbs||1.65 lbs|
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The bingo “coins” have letters on one side and then object plus objects name on the other. Showing her the object was too easy but I would show her the letter first and then the object was then broken down into a “speech lesson” of saying it correctly. And we then would name the colors on the object. Occasionally if she wasn’t in a rush for the next letter we would count how many letters we got (0-3). We also just played till whoever filled their board first.... which goes pretty quick just the same.