Fun and free printable bingo games your kids will love playing!
Bingo is, hands-down, one of our favorite activities! It is a great game to play on a cold or rainy day, and with so many free printable games available online, you can find the perfect one for any occasion! Whether it’s a holiday, a special occasion or a random day in the middle of the summer, BINGO is a great way to pass time with kids.
BINGO is super easy to set up especially with a printable game. Simply print the BINGO pages and calling cards, then find something fun to mark the cards with. Cereal, candy, mini erasers, LEGO people – anything works! Just be sure to pick something age appropriate. When my kids were toddlers we liked to use Cheerios to mark the BINGO cards!
There are so many fun ways to play BINGO and depending on the age of the kids and how interested they are in the game you can mix it up! There is five in a row (up and down, side to side or vertically), four corners (just the four corners), picture frame (the four borders), blackout (the entire board), and the X (create an X using the free space as the center point).
Below I’ve rounded up 23 Free printable Bingo Games created by talented bloggers. Please click through to their blog and pin from there! :)
23 Free Printable Bingo Games
Snowman Bingo at Crazy Little Projects
Summer Bingo at Grace and Good Eats
Dinosaur Bingo at Artsy Fartsy Mama
Octonauts BINGO at The Suburban Mom
Emotion BINGO at Carrie Elle
PokéBingo BINGO at Eco Friendly Family
Woodland Animal BINGO at Crafting Cheerfully
The Live Simply Fruit and Veggie BINGO at Live Simply
Thanksgiving BINGO at Crazy Little Projects
Christmas BINGO at Design Dazzle
United States BINGO at Crafting Chicks
Roadtrip BINGO by Nancy Jergins at imom
Halloween BINGO at Crazy Little Projects
Springtime BINGO at Crafting Cheerfully
Fall Leaves BINGO at Deceptively Educational
Printable BINGO at Design Eat Repeat
BINGO Pets at Powerful Mothering
Frozen BINGO at Artsy Fartsy Mama
Rainbow BINGO by Crafting Cheerfully
Halloween BINGO at The Crafting Chicks
Cars and Trucks BINGO by Kidz Activities at Brain Power Boy
Dr. Seuss BINGO at A Sparkle of Genius
Pinkalicious BINGO at Kid Scraps (*This one doesn’t seem to be available anymore, but I thought I’d leave the link just in case it comes back!)
I hope you found a fun BINGO game to play! After playing a game, I like to save the printed boards and calling cards in a plastic baggy. This way we can play the game any time we want! I usually keep the holiday games I’ve printed with my holiday things so I remember to play it with the kids around that holiday!