Springtime Syllable Bingo

My first graders loved playing the St. Patrick's Day Syllable Bingo games so I wanted to make a Spring version that would last a bit longer and offer some longer words. Several of my first graders are still struggling identifying the syllables in words and I think reviewing with this set will help a lot!
 There are 60 word cards ranging from 1 syllable - 4 syllables:
There are six 3 x 3 boards:
 And six 5 x 5 boards:
It also includes game pieces for the 3 x 3 boards:

And the 5 x 5 boards:
The two different sized boards are helpful for differentiating for abilities, or even for the time you have allotted for the activity. I start off by using the  3 x 3 boards when my students are beginning to practice counting or clapping out the syllables. Once they are a bit more comfortable we switch to the 5 x 5 boards. Sometimes if I need a quick closing activity I will switch back to the smaller boards too!

This set is available in my TpT shop!

Have a great weekend everyone!


  1. My students love BINGO and they are 10 years old. We call it WORDO because we don't teach spelling (don't get me started on THAT) so we use it for word study with prefixes, suffixes, and roots. They beg to play it. It's so funny!!

    Very cute BINGO games!! Hope you are doing well!
    Collaboration Cuties

  2. This would be great as a transition activity before moving on to the next content area!


  3. I would use the game during intervention. Thanks

  4. My first graders loved your Valentine Bingo games! They would be thrilled if I had one for Spring. It is a great learning tool. After we play as a whole group I put this in our Word Work rotation for Daily 5. Thanks for sharing!