My English Book and Me 1

Colors and Numbers

Bingo: My English Book and Me 1 
A EFL ESL ELL game

This set includes:
1. 30 Bingo Double Sided Bingo Boards
2. 51 Double Sided Calling Cards
3. Front of Board and Cards: pictures
4. Back of both: words (to go with the sentence I have …. )
5. Great for Kindergarten Students, Beginning EFL, ESL students, 
6. All words ALSO in My English Book and Me 1 text

What is GREAT about THIS BINGO?
1. It can be used with LOWER and HIGHER levels.
2. Beginners: use the picture side
3. More advanced: the word side
4. It re-enforces and reviews the vocabulary in the My English Book and Me 1 texts

Why does it say “ I h a v e “ at the top and NOT “ B I N G O “ :
1. In our EFL classroom, we want out students speaking in FULL SENTENCES. I have a cat. I have brown….  
2. By putting I h a v e at the top, readers can read and say the full sentence easily.

Why DON'T the words and pictures on the boards match up exactly?
1. It doesn't matter.
2. It shouldn't matter.
3. We don't want readers lifting the boards and easily finding the picture on the front (cheating if you will). We like to make things a bit difficult to challenge the kids.



My English Book and Me 3

ABC Phonics

Bingo: ABC Phonics
A EFL ESL ELL game

This set includes:
1. 40 Bingo Double Sided Bingo Boards:
2. 47 Double Sided Calling Cards: 
3. Front of Board and Cards: pictures
4. Back of both: lower case letter
5. Great for Kindergarten Students, Beginning EFL, ESL students, 
6. All words ALSO in My English Book and Me 3 texts

What is GREAT about THIS BINGO?
1. It can be used in a variety of ways.
2. Students learn vocabulary and phonics
3. It re-enforces and reviews the vocabulary and phonics in the My English Book and Me 3 texts

**** The front and the back do not exactly match up. Why??? We don't want kids peeking on the back to find the answer. *****

Suggestions on Use:

Level 1:  
a. Use the picture side of the board and cards. Students learn vocabulary. They should say a full sentence " I have a rabbit. " before receiving a token.

Level 2:
a. Use the picture side of the board and the letter side of the cards. Students look at the letter on the calling card. If they have a word that begins with that letter, they can put a token on it. Let your class decide the rules: if there are 2 pictures that begin with g --- put tokens on BOTH pictures? or on only 1?? (student can decide themselves which 1 if only 1 allowed.)

Level 3:
a. Use the letter side of the board and the picture side of the calling cards. Students look at the picture on the calling card. If they have a the letter that matches the picture, they can put a token on it. Let your class decide: If there are 2 letter g --- put tokens on both g or only 1??

Why does it say “ I h a v e “ at the top and NOT “ B I N G O “ :
1. In our EFL classroom, we want out students speaking in FULL SENTENCES. I have a cat. I have brown…. 
2. By putting I h a v e at the top, readers can read and say the full sentence easily.

This game complements My English Book and Me 3 (buy in Japan through ETJ book service /// or outside Japan on TpT). 

Bingo: ABC Phonics B
A EFL ESL ELL game

This set is slightly harder than the A set. More difficult words---to really re-enforce phonics.

This set includes:
1. 40 Bingo Double Sided Bingo Boards:
2. 50 Double Sided Calling Cards: 
3. Front of Board and Cards: pictures
4. Back of both: lower case letter
5. Great for Kindergarten Students, Beginning EFL, ESL students, 
6. All words ALSO in My English Book and Me 3 texts
7. **** The letters and pictures on the front and the back of the boards do not exactly line up. We did this on purpose.  

What is GREAT about THIS BINGO?
1. It can be used in a variety of ways.
2. Students learn vocabulary and phonics
3. It re-enforces and reviews the vocabulary and phonics in the My English Book and Me 3 texts

**** The front and the back do not exactly match up. Why??? We don't want kids peeking on the back to find the answer. *****

Suggestions on Use:

Level 1:  
a. Use the picture side of the board and cards. Students learn vocabulary. They should say a full sentence " I have a rabbit. " before receiving a token.

Level 2:
a. Use the picture side of the board and the letter side of the cards. Students look at the letter on the calling card. If they have a word that begins with that letter, they can put a token on it. Let your class decide the rules: if there are 2 pictures that begin with g --- put tokens on BOTH pictures? or on only 1?? (student can decide themselves which 1 if only 1 allowed.)

Level 3:
a. Use the letter side of the board and the picture side of the calling cards. Students look at the picture on the calling card. If they have a the letter that matches the picture, they can put a token on it. Let your class decide: If there are 2 letter g --- put tokens on both g or only 1??

Why does it say “ I h a v e “ at the top and NOT “ B I N G O “ :
1. In our EFL classroom, we want out students speaking in FULL SENTENCES. I have a cat. I have brown…. 
2. By putting I h a v e at the top, readers can read and say the full sentence easily.

This game complements My English Book and Me 3 (buy in Japan through ETJ book service /// or outside Japan on TpT).