My daughters are obsessed with Humphrey the Hamster books written by Betty Birney. We’re currently reading Spring According to Humphrey. In the book the class is tasked with looking for signs of spring. 

Reading Spring According to Humphrey has prompted my daughters to look for signs of spring around our neighborhood. One of those signs is the melting snow. Another sign is a crocus poking up near the flag pole in our front yard.
Looking for signs of spring with my daughters reminded me of the outdoor bingo boards that I made last year. You can do the same by following the directions in the video that I have embedded below. 

In this short video I demonstrate how I used Flippity’s bingo board template to create a set of bingo boards in which students have to find things like acorns, pinecones, and flower petals. 

Applications for Education
As the weather begins to warm (in northern climates) spring is in the air and students will want to go outside. Create a set of outdoor bingo boards to connect some outside time to a lesson about seasons of the year. For example, if students have a hard time finding brown leaves or acorns in the spring, it could be a good opportunity to explain why those things are easier to find in the fall.