Week 17: Learning a Foreign Language with BINGO

For 2016, each week I will share a new way you can use The Trip Clip as a learning tool. I’d love to hear any feedback you have, or other ways you’ve found to teach your kids using The Trip Clip!

Week 17: Learning a Foreign Language with BINGO

One of the wonderful things about The Trip Clip is that so many of the activities are fully customizable. You can even change the text on any label to say whatever you want, including saying it in a foreign language!

Since it’s baseball and soccer season right now, here are some sample Bingo Boards you can use on the sidelines.

Keep the little ones entertained on the sidelines and teach them a little spanish along the way with this Futbol Bingo Board! You can edit this to be in any language you want.
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Keep your little ones entertained on the sidelines while learning a little french along the way! You can edit this to be in any language you want.
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Using pictures with labels in another language is a great way to help learn or reinforce vocabulary words. And it’s also excellent way to entertain siblings on the sidelines and help them learn a little something along the way!

If you already speak a foreign language yourself, you can easily generate a Bingo Board using The Trip Clip, and then click on each of the labels to change them to the language of your choice.

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If you don’t speak another language, you can still generate a foreign language bingo board using Google Translate.

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Simply type the English word into the box on the left, and you can translate it into a huge number of languages.

You can do this with many of The Trip Clip Activities and create an entire foreign language lesson for your kids. Try it with a grocery list, a morning routine checklist, a word search puzzle, letter tracing, a lunch box checklist, or even a secret message puzzle!

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