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Chef Solus Bingo Food Groups Call Sheet

Print the call sheets and cut out all the food squares. This is part of the Chef Solus Bingo Food Group Game. It is to be used with the Food Groups Bingo Board and Bingo Cards. Place all the cut-out foods into a bowl or bag. To make these food images last longer, glue them to sturdy paper and laminate!
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  • Published: Feb 22, 2012
  • Grades: 1-5
  • Ages: 4-13
  • Source: Nourish Interactive Team
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Saturday, Jul 21, 2012 @ 09:28 PM

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I'm confused on the bingo call cards and bingo boards. I see the call cards which seem to be the younger game with colorful pictures and word beneath. I see 4 pages of those in alphabetical order starting with artichokes and ending with squash on the fourth page. However, I can't find the corresponding call cards for the set of game boards. I can only find the first page which has artichokes, asparagus, beet and broccoli. Where can I find the rest of the call cards. I would like to use this in my classroom for my younger, non reader group. thanks for your help Marcia
Nourish- Chef Solus
Monday, Jul 23, 2012 @ 11:32 AM

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Sorry this is a bit confusing. We will add more description to make it more clear. All the printables you see are for one complete bingo game. Here are all the printables that go with the Food Groups Bingo Game: A. The Bingo Food Group Cards (1-5) Each sheet has 2 cards. If you print out all five cards, then 10 kids can play bingo. B. The Chef Solus Bingo Markers: This page is optional, but you can cut out the bingo markers and children can use them to cover the spots on their bingo cards as food items are called out. C. Bingo Group Call Sheet: This page has the foods with their names shown. Each food item should be cut out and placed in a bowl or bag to be drawn. The bingo caller pulls that cards from the bowl or bag and calls out the name of the food item. Children then scan their bingo card and see if they have that food item. If so, they cover it up. D. Food Groups - Bingo Board: This looks just like the card sheet, but you do not cut up the individual food items. Instead, this is your board where the bingo caller will place the food cards that are drawn from the bag. The board is the reference to check the food items when a bingo is called.
Nourish- Chef Solus
Saturday, Nov 03, 2012 @ 03:13 PM

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Chef Solus Bingo Food Groups Game - Bingo Board This is the bingo board that you you will use to track the foods that are called out. This should be four pages long starting with artichokes and ending with squash (in first column) The Chef Solus Bingo Food Groups Call Sheet These are the food squares that you will cut up. Each food item is cut up with its name attached and placed in a bag or bowl to draw out. The bingo caller will draw one and call it out (ie. Veggies Artichoke and kids check their bingo card for column Veggies, food artichoke) Then the bingo caller places that food cut out onto the bingo board on top of the food item called.
Tuesday, Mar 03, 2015 @ 09:14 PM

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These are great! I used these with my group of 3-5 year olds to make MyPlate Hats. They LOVED them!

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