Our kids can’t solve the big problems of today, like global warming, without understanding what our planet is made of, inside and out. Earth science is the traditional class that introduces our kids to these concepts and the eeBoo game, Earth Science Bingo is an excellent introduction to Earth science but also a great stand-alone game to play on a rainy day.
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How to Play Earth Science Bingo
Playing Earth Science Bingo is straight forward. You need a minimum of two, maximum of six players, and at least one must have proficient reading skills. If you are looking for something the kids can play to keep them occupied for a while, it’s totally cool to let them play without reading the back of the card. Whoever has the match on their Bingo card gets to put the card, face down, on that spot. Connect a row and you have BINGO!
What Do My Kids Learn When Playing Earth Science Bingo?
Earth Science – Including insects, mammals, fossils, minerals, flowers, birds, leaves, and more.
Patience – Bingo is a game of slow reward, making it ideal for kids who need to practice patience
Observation – Your kids will be paying attention to the tile called and finding the match on their cards, a wonderful practice in observation skills
Adapting Earth Science Bingo for Special Needs
You don’t have to read the back of the card every time you play, so it’s just fine to use without the facts until your child is ready for them. This is also a great bonding game between reading & non-reading friends and siblings.
What Do We Love About Earth Science Bingo?
Ease of play – Easy to understand, easy to play. Your kids can play by themselves with very little instruction and supervision.
Quality of the game – eeBoo games are designed for young children and that is reflected in the quality of their games. This game will stand up to years of use by even the smallest hands.
The artwork – Just amazing! The artwork is friendly, colorful, and cheerful.
Fast Facts About Earth Science Bingo:
Type of game: Bingo
Buy It: Earth Science Bingo
Time to Play: 5-15 minutes
Reading Skills: Proficient reading skills required of one player
Math Skills: None required
Adaptability: Not necessary
Skills learned: Patience, observation, astronomy, animals, fossils & minerals
Worldview: Safe secular choice
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