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Are you ready for springtime!?
My kids and I are pretty tired of playing inside all day long and putting on big bulky coats whenever we want to go outside.
We all wish for warmer days and outside playtime. But until then, I’ve got just the right thing for you to keep your kids entertained!
Bingo is the perfect party game because it doesn’t require a lot of preparations and is easy-to-play with the kids, whether it’s for a class party or just something fun to do at home.
This Spring Bingo includes images of all kinds of spring vocabulary words making it perfect for a garden-themed party.
The game contains 30 different calling cards and 25-space game boards, so it’s suitable for playing both traditional bingo AND blackout bingo! Double the fun!
So go grab some delicious snack, print out the Bingo sets, and get playing!
Free Printable Spring Bingo Game
Playing bingo is a great way to introduce children to the concept of playing games because there are few rules and each player has his or her own game board.
Spring Bingo is just like regular bingo except instead of calling out numbers, you will call out the names of animals and spring objects.
Supplies Needed for Spring Bingo Game
- Cardstock or Copy paper
- Laminating film and laminating machine
- Optional: Cricut Portable Trimmer
- For reusable cards, print on 8.5″ X 11″ heavyweight or card-stock paper (67–110 lb.), depending on your printer.
- For disposable cards, use an inexpensive regular weight paper.
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- Click the “print” button on your computer to view your printer options and setup.
- Select “all” to print a complete set of cards or type in a page range to print fewer cards.
- Enter specific page numbers to print selected cards to replace lost or damaged cards.
- Cut out the mats and then laminate for durability.
How to Play Spring Bingo
- Print out the required number of bingo cards (one per player) and one set of calling cards.out a bingo card for each player along with one set of calling cards. Cut out the calling cards using scissors or the Cricut Portable Trimmer and place the cards into a bowl or a basket.
- Pull one card at a time from the bowl/basket and describe the image to the players before showing them the card. For example, “Yellow bird” or “Blue butterfly”.
- Cover the corresponding image on the bingo card with a marker (flower petals, crackers, and Cheerios all make great markers!).
- To win a round of Classic Bingo: a player must cover 5 spaces in a row either horizontally, vertically, or diagonally, and shout out “BINGO!” before any of the other players.
To win a round of Blackout Bingo: a player must cover all 25 spaces on their game board and shout out “BINGO!” before any of the other players.
Note: There are 30 calling cards including the Spring design in the middle – this center space can serve as a “free space” and you can allow every player to put a marker over the free space before the game begins or you may draw the card along with the rest of them.
Fun Spring Bingo Prizes
While bingo games for adults often offer cash prizes, cash may not be appropriate or realistic for a free children’s bingo game.
The best bingo prize ideas for kids are low-cost toys, such as the kind you could get at a carnival or treats suited to their age groups.
Keeping the prizes gender-neutral and lighthearted ensures the recipients will look forward to the next bingo game.
Fun Bingo Prizes for kids include:
- Bubble wands
- Sidewalk chalk
- Dessert on a non-dessert night
- Choose the movie on movie night
- Pick the dinner menu
- Get out of doing one chore
- Carnival party favors for kids
Have FUN playing this Spring Bingo game!