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.
I bought this for my preschooler but my first grader asks to play it too. A fun break from worksheets and good family time.
This is a fun game we can play as a family. I love how we can incorporate letter sounds, too. It’s versatile and definitely helps with letter and sound recognition.
My 4 and 2 year olds love this game! They ask to play it every game night, and even my 2 year old gets it. They love the ice-cream, grape and watermelon tiles especially. It's great for reinforcing letters. The boards and tiles are made with thick cardboard which is very helpful with 3 children 4 and under in the house!
This was fun for a little while, but once she got her letters down it was easily set aside, which didn't take long. I think we played it 2-3 times before she was done. This could however be because she already knew most of her letters, so if they are starting out with little to know letter knowledge, this would be PERFECT!!!
My not quite 4 year old is reinforcing his knowledge of letter recognition and letter sounds with this game. He loves it! It’s also helping him learn to read the words that go along with the pictures on each bingo piece. Lots of fun. When he wins he screams ALPHABET BINGO as loud as he can...just to annoy the neighbors.