Could you use the word “rose” in a sentence as an noun, an adjective or a verb? That’s exactly what we do when we play Parts of Speech Bingo. Each group choses a space on our bingo board (noun, verb or adjective) and then picks a word.  If they use the word correctly in a sentence, they can color the square.  Both teams were neck and neck . . . not one wrong answer (this is impressive!) until the very end.  What a fun and engaging way to practice parts of speech.

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2 thoughts on “BINGO

  1. Let me give it a try:

    I rose from the ground to hand my friend a rose colored rose.

    I bet the kids wrote better sentences than that!

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