From here you can download bingo phonologically similar words divided by letter.

Here, however, you can access the interactive pages with the tiles to turn:

Folder 1 (starts with “tree”) in lowercase

Folder 1 (begins with “tree”) in uppercase

Folder 2 (starts with "wet") in lower case

Folder 2 (begins with "wet") in uppercase

Folder 3 (starts with “squid”) in lowercase

Folder 3 (begins with "squid") in capital letters

Folder 4 (begins with “pharaoh”) in lowercase

Folder 4 (begins with “pharaoh”) in capital letters

Folder 5 (starts with “hen”) in lowercase

Folder 5 (begins with “hen”) in capital letters

Folder 6 (begins with “leave”) in lower case

Folder 6 (begins with “leave”) in uppercase

Folder 7 (starts with “hammer”) in lowercase

Folder 7 (begins with "hammer") in uppercase

Folder 8 (begins with "swim") in lower case

Folder 8 (begins with "swim") in capital letters

Folder 9 (begins with “slope”) in lower case

Folder 9 (begins with “slope”) in uppercase

Folder 10 (starts with “tap”) in lowercase

Folder 10 (begins with “tap”) in uppercase

Folder 11 (begins with "spatial") in lowercase

Folder 11 (begins with "spatial") in uppercase

Folder 12 (starts with “estimate”) in lower case

Folder 12 (begins with “estimate”) in uppercase

Folder 13 (starts with “table”) in lowercase

Folder 13 (begins with “small table”) in capital letters

Folder 14 (begins with “tremble”) in lower case

Folder 14 (begins with “tremble”) in capital letters

Folder 15 (begins with “pass”) in lower case

Folder 15 (begins with “pass”) in capital letters

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