Keep away from magnetic surfaces as they disrupt product functionality
Instructions for use: Pair free bingo caller's app with Interactive Bingo Game to have the app call out bingo words. Play with all fifty cards or choose certain cards to focus on in the app. Once a certain card is called out on the app, place a chip on the picture that corresponds with the word on the bingo card. Without app, words are called out by the instructor with picture cards
Combines bingo with real photos of fifty different common everyday objects
Each bingo card offers random assortment of twenty-five pictures, with the words printed below the pictures; no two of the thirty-six bingo cards are alike
Pictures follow common early childhood themes
Helps kids learn valuable vocabulary and reading skills
Customize and print your own shapes and game cards with free generator
Caller app offers game in six languages: English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, and Russian
Great for ESL
Please note: iPad/iPhone not included
Made in China
Wipe with damp cloth
Free Picture Recognition Bingo Caller app and five sets of: 36 cards, 50 calling cards, caller's mat, and cardboard bingo chips. Bingo sets include: Animals Cards, Careers Cards, Nutrition/Food Cards, Transportation/Everyday Objects Cards, and Shapes & Colors Cards
And Bingo was his name-o! This interactive game bridges physical play and screen time. The app acts as the bingo caller while kids work on completing their game card—all while developing picture recognition, vocabulary, and reading skills.
Fun fact: kids learn better when their busy hands are involved. Which is why Link4Fun combines physical play with screen time in connected kids’ flashcards, books, blocks, and games.
Embedded technology built inside connects to apps on an iPad. By placing the tablet on the open book, or tapping a card on the screen, kids are immersed in a fun new way to learn that blends watching, listening, and touching.
Founder Angela Nelson is a behavioral therapist who developed the system after years of making her own teaching materials for working with children. Her approach to learning numbers, letters, and even animal sounds helps kids better absorb these subjects—and it’s lots of fun, too.