We like creating fun spring STEM activities for kids. This makes learning fun! In the spring, we like to learn with a bug theme. These bug bingo game cards fit right into any insect activities for kids!
The bug bingo game is a fun way to learn counting, number recognition, multiplication, addition, subtraction, greater than and less than, and any other basic math processes. The bug theme makes it all a lot more fun though!
Scroll down to the bottom of the post to find more bug activities you can try in the classroom or home.
Make Counting Fun with Bug Bingo Cards for Kindergarten
Kids will love learning and playing bingo with these bug bingo counters and the bug bingo game!
It’s easy to print out and use these bug bingo cards. Follow the steps below in printing out and using your bingo cards with your kindergarten or preschool classroom!
How to Use the Bug Bingo Board Game
These simple spring bingo cards is the perfect spring math activity for kids in preschool and kindergarten.
For younger kids, simple rules of bingo will strengthen number recognition skills from 1-100.
For older kids, try hiding the answer to each blank behind a math problem. For example, if the number is 35, state the answer as “What is 5 times 7?”
It is fun to change what the bingo cards mean based on how much math knowledge the kids have.
Counting from 1-100 has never been this fun before!
What you’ll need for the bug bingo bug bingo printable:
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How to Prep Your Insect Bingo Sheets
Download your bingo cards and print them onto cardstock paper. Laminate the cards for greater durability and cut the cards apart.
Gather your bingo counters of choice, and you’re ready to play!
Print your bingo cards onto sturdy cardstock paper. If you laminate them, you can use them multiple times.
Cut apart the cards and give one to each child.
Show the kids how to cover the numbers on their cards as they are called.
Decide what skill you want the kids to work on and build your bingo call numbers based on that.
The first child to fill in a line on their card wins!