November Homework BINGO for Special Education: I was looking for a way to change the way I did homework this year and had seen similar homework Bingo's on TPT but none that worked for my Special Education kids. So I decided to make my own! I wanted homework to be more functional for the students and flexible for the parents.
Homework Bingo! A Creative Way for Students to Do Homework brings a little twist to the old chore, and makes it more motivating! Homework is an important part of a students day, but it doesn't need to be boring and tedious. This is a very recognizable game, everyone likes to get 5 in a row, or even fill the entire card, and by doing their homework, everyone is a winner!
Homework Bingo! 20 themed literacy homework bingo pages are included in this pack! This is a HUGE collection of fun nightly literacy activities for parents and students to do together all throughout the year!
Reading Challenge Bingo - Spring Break, Vacation, Homework, Summer Challenge
Reading Challenge Bingo - Spring Break, Vacation, Homework, Summer ChallengeWAYS TO USE:1. Print front to back and send home over Spring Break or Summer and challenge your students to either fill the board or create 5 in a row!2. Use throughout the month or over the weekends as homework for students to expand their genres and recognize text in their everyday world. 3.
Homework can be the worst. It undermines everything we do to even the playing field at school. Some kids have no homework help, while other parents request even more than you give. It was a no win situation...until now. Homework BINGO is a differentiated approach to making homework meaningful and accessible to all students. Best of all it adds some fun and challenge! An easy, print-and-go format (including a size perfect for gluing into journals) makes the stress of homework melt away.
Differentiated Homework: A Year of Weekly Bingo Homework to Engage All Learners This pack includes Weekly Homework Bingo boards designed to last you all school year! These boards are designed to simplify your homework process. Students get one board each week, and they must complete at least 10 boxes across the ENTIRE week.