Level 2 – Sound Bingo Game
The Sound Bingo Game uses all the sounds from Level 2, Lessons 1-5 of the Barton System. Students have fun finding the object pictures of the target sound on the bingo board.
The letter card, quiet or vibrating icon, keyword picture, and the sound video are all visual cues that are displayed for each sound.
This game is played with two players.
Watch overview video below.
This game is available under a subscription plan.
5 reviews for Level 2 – Sound Bingo Game
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Kim Hardacker (verified owner) –
This is a great game for discriminating similar consonant sounds. I appreciate being able to select individual sounds based on my students’ needs. The only difficulty we have is with the small size of the pictures. It is better now that the banner on the screen is reduced and the image resolution has been sharpened, but some of the target images have too much background distraction. Fortunately, I also have the card version so my students are familiar with the pictures – or we get to use our imaginations!
Jan (verified owner) –
Great game, but some pictures are hard to see what they are.
Debora Dueck (verified owner) –
Who doesn’t love BINGO? This is a fun game for students to listen to the sound, see the corresponding letter and look for a picture with the same sound. Several important skills are being utilized while the student and the tutor are having fun. The game is customizable to! Choose the sounds you have covered and you can play at any stage in Level 2.
interventionist10 (verified owner) –
I wish I could play this game with my online students, but there are two issues. One, I can’t tell what some of the pictures are! and Two, It would be advisable to have the picture of the person saying the words to be, rather than all the same Caucasian person, some people of different races. I won’t consider using it until those issues are remedied.
Ken Mengel (verified owner) –
The pictures appear blurry and unfocused which makes them hard to read. Is there any way to use higher resolution images so we can see the images more clearly?