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Use this printable Kentucky State Symbols Bingo game to introduce or review interesting facts about Kentucky. This set includes six boards!
This free printable bingo game is a fun activity to add to your state studies. It’s a good way to have students review the state symbols of Kentucky. The best part is that this activity is print-and-go!
Kentucky State Symbols Bingo
Add these free printable bingo boards to your geography lesson plans. They’re perfect for your state studies for kids. Of course, you should also add them to your Kentucky activities for kids.
Print the bingo boards on cardstock and laminate them for durability. Print the calling card page and laminate it, as well. You can leave it intact and use a dry erase marker to mark the symbols you’ve called. Or, you can cut it apart so that you have calling cards you can set in a pile and draw one at a time.
When playing this game with younger children, you should hold up the card and say its name. Have children look for the matching picture on their bingo board and cover it with a button or penny or other small object.
With older children, you can call out the name of the symbol (cardinal, Tulip Poplar, etc) and have children identify the symbol on their bingo card. Again, have them cover the object with a small object.
Because there are only nine squares on the board, I suggest playing “cover all” instead of just filling in a row. But, the choice is totally yours.
Kentucky Books for Kids
Fill your book basket with a great collection of Kentucky books for kids. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore.
If you have a hard time finding them, you can order them through my Amazon affiliate links by clicking the images below.
The Twelve Days of Christmas in Kentucky – Merry Christmas from the Bluegrass State! Come along on a wild ride through Kentucky as Marybeth introduces her cousin Martin to all her favorite places, activities, and foods.
That Book Woman – Cal is not the reading type, but that book woman keeps visiting. This is the moving story of the Pack Horse Librarians, whose bravery and commitment helped rural children find something wonderful in books.
Honey: The Dog Who Saved Abe Lincoln – One day, young Abe found a stray dog with a broken leg and named him Honey. He had no idea that the scruffy pup would find his way into Abe’s heart, become his best friend, and—one fateful day—save his life.
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