Bingo Marker Stamping Games are basically the same game as a regular bingo game. These games are very versatile. They can be used to practice both letters and numbers or even shapes or sight words. They can be made to fit the individual needs of your group or a specific student. Each game is blank, and you can quickly fill in the letters or numerals you decide to focus on.
How to Prepare the Bingo Marker Stamping Games
To prepare the bingo marker stamping games, print out the game that matches your current theme. Write a letter, numeral, or shape (whatever is your focus skill) on each picture, and make a copy for each child. You could make each child’s game card different, like typical bingo games. I usually make them all the same, and every child wins at the same time. At the preschool level, it works out better when everyone wins. They aren’t yet mature enough to deal with competition and winning or losing.
How to Play the Bingo Marker Stamping Games
To play the game, children will pull a number or letter card from a stack (or roll a game die). They will find that letter/numeral on their mat, and stamp it out. You can use rubber stamps or bingo dot markers. As an alternative, you can have children draw an “X” over the picture if neither is available.
To download the printables, click the thumbnail images.
You might also like my Bingo Dot Marker ABC set, available in my shop.