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Free Printable Bingo Cards

Enjoy a fun game of bingo in the classroom, at a party or at home with these free printable bingo cards. This classic activity will surely get everyone engaged and having fun!

free printable bingo cards

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Today I am excited to share with you this free printable Bingo game, perfect for kids and adults of all ages. It is a great activity to play at parties, playdates, the classroom or at home.

I think gathering all your friends and family together for a game of bingo would be a great way to spend a fun night together!

In this post, I have included a link at the bottom for the free version of the bingo game. This version includes 10 unique cards. If you are playing with a larger group of people or would just like some more cards, you can also take a look out the full version that includes 30 unique bingo cards.

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Free Printable Bingo Cards

Included in this free set:

  • 1 instruction sheet
  • 2 pages of calling cards
  • 5 pages of bingo cards with 2 games per page for a total of 10 unique cards. (Check out the full version for a set of 30 cards)
  • 2 pages of bingo chips (markers). Feel free to print as many copies of these pages as needed depending on how many players there are.

Each page is designed to be printed onto 8.5×11 inch pieces of white printer paper or cardstock. For the very best quality, I would highly recommend printing the cards out onto white cardstock.

This free version includes 10 different bingo card variations. This means that you can either play with up to 10 people, or you can play multiple rounds with a fewer amount of people with just this one set of cards.

However, there may be times when you want to play with more than 10 people. For this purpose I have also created a full version that includes 30 different bingo card variations. This version would be great for playing in a classroom setting or with a larger group of people.

Feel free to download and print as many copies of the bingo game as you would like. However, please do not edit or redistribute the files in any way. This activity was created for personal or classroom use only.

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How to play bingo:

First, designate one person as the caller. This individual will not need to have their own bingo card this round. The caller should shuffle the stack of calling cards before beginning the game.

Next, give a bingo card to each player. Every person should also have a stack of some kind of marker to place onto the board as the birthday themed items are called out.

The bingo caller will choose one card from the pile at random and then announce it to the players.

Each person should place a marker on that space in their bingo boards. The first player to get five in a row horizontally, vertically or diagonally, wins!

Make the bingo cards reusable

I would definitely recommend using a lamination machine to laminate the bingo cards to make them more durable and withstand being played over and over again. This is the lamination machine that I currently have and I would highly recommend it.

Another benefit to laminating the cards would being able to use dry erase markers to cross off the numbers as they are being called out instead of using bingo chips.

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Download Links:

Download the printable bingo cards – Free version.

Download the printable bingo cards – Full version.