A great beginning of the year getting to know you activity for English, Spanish or English/Spanish bilingual and dual language programs. Or a fun icebreaker. Two sheets, one in Spanish, one in English each with 15 squares. Students circulate in the classroom asking their peers if they can do what the bingo square says - for example, "I have broken a bone." or "I have won an award." Students demonstrate or prove they meet the qualification, sign their peer's paper and then move on to practice talking, asking, and listening in the target language. Play til time's up, for one vertical or horizontal line, or blackout.
Great for students of all ages and English proficiencies!
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