If your child has been struggling to learn his letters, try a game. Games are a great way to teach your child, and kids love to play bingo, so you can’t miss with Alphabet Bingo.
Not as elaborate as traditional bingo, Alphabet Bingo won’t burn out early learners. Alphabet Bingo is a matching game/bingo hybrid. Reach into the bag and pull out a letter token — if your child has a match, he’s on his way to winning! Very simple to set up, Alphabet Bingo is an exciting way for children to learn their uppercase letters and letter/object association.
Includes six double-sided playing boards, 26 letter tokens, 72 plastic chips, a drawstring bag, and instructions for multiple ways to play.
Manufacturer: Peaceable Kingdom
Age Recommendation: 4+
Requirements: No Reading Requirements
Art By: Nancy Wolff
Awards and Endorsements:
Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Gold Seal Award
CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years.
Great way to cement letter recognition in younger students...but is even still fun for older students too.
This game was a very entertaining traditional bingo game with a educational twist. My only complaint is that we often had to wait for his friends to come by to really enjoy it. Once his 2 year old brother mastered his letters, it likewise, added to the fun. This game also teaches winning/losing which is important to begin to understand.
This game has been such a great fun activity with my 8, 6 and almost 4 year old. They all really enjoy playing it and it is easy enough for my 4 year old that she can use the pictures when needing help on certain letters.
This is a fun game for my Kindergartener who just learned all her letters. She feels like a big kid having a game that goes along with her school work. We have several other games that are a little harder for her that goes along with her older sisters lessons. Even the older siblings like to play bingo so it gives them all a chance to play a game that everyone can participate in.
We love this game! We often play this on family game night because it is educational and engaging for all ages.