Colours and Shape Kids Bingo for 3-36 players!

They learn 10 colours (red, yellow, blue, green, orange, purple, black, white, brown, pink) and 6 shapes (circle, oval, triangle, square, rectangle, rhombus). Children have to match colours, shapes, or combinations of both. It's unique, 6-way format adapts to a variety of skill levels, and is a fun learning tool for small groups or the entire class. Also ideal for learners with disabilities and anyone learning English. Set includes:
  • 36 playing cards/boards
  • Over 260 Bingo chips
  • Callers mat and cards
  • Sturdy storage box
  • Suitable for children aged 4 years old & up
  • See ADDITIONAL INFORMATION below

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Product Code: T6061
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In Depth

Colours and Shape Bingo

Multiply your options for fun! Beginners and experts alike have an equal chance for BINGO, and everyone learns more about colour and shapes know-how with every round!

Play SIX ways! Pick a different variation each time you play!

  • Top Row BINGO
  • Middle BINGO
  • Bottom BINGO
  • Corner BINGO
  • Any-Which-Way BINGO
  • Whole Card BINGO

Game Play

  1. Choose a caller. The callers says which BINGO version will be played. Example: "This game will be Vertical BINGO". The caller spreads the Calling Mat out, then shuffles the Calling Cards and stacks them face-down by the Calling Mat.
  2. Pass out one Playing Card and Chips to each player.
  3. Start playing! The caller:
    • draws one Calling Card at a time,
    • decides which of the equations on the card to call, then
    • using the answer shaded in grey at the bottom, covers the correct space on the Calling Mat with the card.
  4. Use a chip to cover the answer on your Playing Card that matches the equation called.
  5. When someone covers all squares for the variation being played, he or she calls "BINGO", then says the covered numbers for the caller to check against those covered on the Calling Mat.
  6. If the answers match, you have a winner! Reshuffle the Calling Cards and start a new game.
  7. If the answers don't match, keep playing until someone has BINGO.

TIP: Get to know your multiplication fact families through to 12. Practice multiplying on paper, with counters, and in your head.

Game play instructions and activities sheets included.

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