Well darn it all, I’ve been working on my silly Crow Bingo idea for a few weeks now and just as I’m ready to launch it, our provincial government has managed to make the whole bingo concept controversial with this well-meaning, but perhaps rather ill-timed posting:
Here in BC, in addition to Self Care Bingo, we’re playing a game of emotional Snakes and Ladders with vaccines (very slow to arrive) and Variants of Concern (faster to arrive) — so the idea of crying it out in our blanket forts is perhaps just a bit too real.
But, to get back to my (hopefully less controversial) bingo idea.
My goals for Crow Bingo:
- get people out of the house
- give parents a focus for walks with kids
- introduce everyone to the many benefits of Crow Therapy (for when crying in the blanket fort gets old)
- encourage an awareness of all aspects of urban nature
- sneakily convert people who don’t know they love crows yet
So here we go …
You can chose to go for one row at a time, a diagonal or across, but ultimately it shouldn’t be too hard to sweep the whole board and then move on to …
INTERMEDIATE LEVEL CROW BINGO:
Feel free to print as many as you like, share with friends, teachers, whoever you think might benefit from a therapeutic round of Crow Bingo.
I’ll be working on a special Nesting Season Bingo card soon!
Also, I’d love to hear from you with ideas for new squares in Crow Bingo.
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