Add some spooky fun to your kids’ Halloween party this year with this Halloween bingo game! I created a printable suite that includes player cards in two different sizes and the bingo tiles. All you need to provide are board markers and the players!
HALLOWEEN BINGO GAME – FREE PRINTABLE
HOW TO SAVE AND PRINT THE BINGO GAME
Start by saving the PDF file for the size of bingo cards you would like to use and the bingo tiles PDF to your computer. Load up your color printer with heavy printer paper or cardstock and print the PDFs on the highest quality print settings. I recommend using heavyweight paper or cardstock for this project, especially for the tiles, so that the pieces stand up to handling without ripping or creasing.
Using a pair of scissors or a paper trimmer, cut the bingo tiles apart into 2″ x 2″ squares. If you have chosen to print the half-page bingo cards, you will need to cut those in half as well.
HOW TO PLAY HALLOWEEN BINGO
Your Spooky Bingo game is ready to play! Hand out the bingo cards and place all of the bingo tiles into a hat. You can find witch hats at the dollar store that would be perfect for this game!
The bingo caller should pull out one tile at a time and show it to the platers. Since this is a picture-based bingo game, it is can even be played by young kids who haven’t mastered the alphabet yet.
Players should then cover the corresponding image on their cards with a token. You can use traditional bingo chips, scraps of paper, Halloween candy, or stickers to cover the designs.
Keep pulling tiles until a player gets five in a row horizontally, vertically, or diagonally. This is called a bingo, and it wins the game. When a player has a bingo, have them shout out BINGO! or BOO! to let everyone know they have won. The caller can then decide whether all players should clear the board to start a new game or keep playing the round with the remaining players.
WHAT YOU NEED TO PRINT THE HALLOWEEN BINGO GAME
I created six different bingo cards for you to use for your spooky Halloween party. Print the cards one to a page (8.5 x 11) or two to a page (5.5 x 8). The half-page cards will save you a bit of printer ink.
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