We love playing bingo at our house. It's a great way we like to spend time together, and it has really helped my daughter's vocabulary! So go grab some cocoa and extra marshmallows, print out the Bingo sets, and get playing!
This Winter Bingo is a fun way to learn about the winter season, and to teach your child some new words. You can also play it together in your classrooms, or at a party! Since there's nothing to read, children of all ages can play!
(single PDF file includes 8 Bingo cards and calling pieces)
Print out the Blank Winter Bingo Set, which comes with a blank card (with the "free" space already added), all 24 Bingo pieces, and the calling cards. Print the cards out on cardstock, and the Bingo pieces on cardstock or regular copy paper.
Cut the Bingo pieces by following the lines. Glue the pieces wherever you want on the card with glue stick until all the spaces (except the "free" space) are covered. This would be a fun activity for older kids to do all on their own. Younger children will need some assistance with the cutting, but my daughter had no problem gluing all the pieces down on her own.
(single PDF file includes blank Bingo card, Bingo pieces, and calling pieces)
1. Pick some kind of object to mark your squares: mini marshmallows, beans, M&Ms, smarties, wrapped candy, cereal, or any other small items like buttons work great!
2. Give each player a Bingo card and markers (or put your own together with the blank set). Have each player put a marker over the free space.
3. The caller will draw a calling piece and announce the item on the card. Each player will cover that item on their card with a marker. Once a player has 5 squares covered in a row (horizontally, vertically, or diagonally), they call out "BINGO!" and win the game!
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*Please do not remove the credits/watermarks.
*If you post this on the internet, credit must be given to Artsy-Fartsy Mama & linked back to my blog.
To lengthen the life of the prints, I would recommend printing the Bingo cards and calling pieces on cardstock and laminating. All files are 8.5x11 inches and put together in a single PDF format.
Have fun!! Would love to hear from you if you play using my printable!