Treat your kids to a fun Halloween Bingo game this October! Just download, print, and have fun!
Halloween is such a fun time of year. Sweater weather, pumpkin spice everything, and candy…what’s not to love?
It’s always fun to play holiday-themed games and Halloween is no exception! This year, I have a new Halloween bingo game with printable cards that is great for kids!
This bingo game is great to play at home with family, during a Halloween party, or even in the classroom.
When I was a room mom, we always broke the class into 3-4 smaller groups for each activity. This game comes with 10 individual bingo cards, so it’s a perfect activity for kids to play during their Halloween class party.
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How to Play Halloween Bingo
Can’t remember how to play bingo? No worries – I’ve got you covered!
- Print out the bingo cards and the call Sheets.
- Cut out the pictures on the call sheets and then place them in a box or a hat, then mix them up.
- Gather some small objects that can be used as a marker for the bingo sheets (we use pennies.)
- Hand out the bingo cards to each child. Each card should be different, so double-check that you’re not passing out any duplicates.
- The caller will pick an image out of the box and show it to the kids. It may help to describe it as well depending on the ages of the players.
- When the player has an image on their card that matches the image that was called out or shown, they will cover that image with a marker.
Read Also: Halloween Scavenger Hunt for Kids
Different Variations to Win
Typically in bingo, the first person to have all their images marked on their sheet wins. But when you’re playing with kids, anything goes.
Depending on ages and attention spans, you can also do vertical, horizontal, or diagonal lines instead of doing the entire page. Pick the pattern that will be used to determine the winner before the game starts, and make sure everyone understands what that pattern looks like.
Printing Your Bingo Cards
To view and print your bingo cards CLICK HERE to open the PDF. There are a total of 9 pages, but if you don’t need them all, just print what you need. (You will need to print out all 5 call sheets to make sure you have all of the images used.)
If you think this may become a family favorite game, have it printed professionally (somewhere like OfficeMax), and have it printed on heavy card stock. Or, if you have printer ink to spare, print it at home using card stock.
TIP: Laminating is a great way to keep protect papers while making them reusable. I love to laminate our family schedules and charts. It’s a really inexpensive way to keep important papers looking brand new, plus it saves on paper and ink.
This is the laminator I use from Amazon. It’s small and compact and I’ve never had an issue with it.
I hope you have lots of fun playing Halloween Bingo!
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