Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with the whole family! I created this kid-friendly printable St. Patrick’s Day bingo game so that even the little ones can join in on the fun. There is no green beer here, just plenty of fun St. Patrick’s Day icons.
PRINTABLE ST. PATRICK’S DAY BINGO GAME
SAVING THE PRINTABLE
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HOW TO PLAY ST. PATRICK’S DAY BINGO
Begin by saving the PDFs to your hard drive. Load your printer with heavy printer paper or cardstock. Set your printer to the highest quality print settings. Print out all of the tile pages and the cards.
Use a pair of scissors or a paper cutter to cut the bingo tiles into squares that you will use in place of standard bingo balls.
When it is time to play, traditional Bingo rules apply. All of the tiles should be placed in a bowl (or a leprechaun hat!), and the caller should pull one tile at a time. The caller describes and shows the tile to the players, and they look to see if they have that picture on their card. If they do, they are allowed to place a marker (gold coins or green candies are great choices) on that picture. Keep going until someone has 5 markers in a row — horizontally, vertically, or diagonally. That player then shouts, “BINGO!” and they are that round’s winner.
ST. PATRICK’S DAY PRIZES
Looking for easy and inexpensive bingo prizes to give to the winners? The dollar store is a great resource for fun St. Patrick’s Day Bingo prizes. Beginning in February, they will begin to stock beads, hats, glasses, stickers, and other fun St. Patrick’s Day prizes.
You could also create small pots of gold like the St. Patrick’s Day favors I shared last year. They hold little gold-wrapped chocolate candies. What a perfect prize for winning St. Patrick’s Day bingo!