Pumpkins and monsters and broomsticks-oh my! Halloween (the cute side of it) is my favorite. There’s something magical about the month of October, the cute Halloween decorations and the chewy, sweet taste of candy corn.
This is one of my favorite projects I have ever done. I worked on this for about 3 hours and loved every single minute of it. I love Halloween, I love cute Halloween things and I love partying with my kids, so these Free Printable Halloween Bingo Games and Cards were just too much fun to make! And I end up using them year after year after year for class parties.
I’ve made this as easy as possible for you-all you’re going to need to do is open the PDF and print. Then play and have fun!
I’ve got a coordinating printable Halloween Memory Game now too so you can round out your Halloween class party!
Free Printable Halloween Bingo Game:
Too much fun I’m telling you. And those little candy corns-ya, I ate some (ahem…a lot) while taking these pictures. Love them!
Anyway, I’ve created a Halloween Bingo Printable Set for you! Do you love me? You room moms do I know it, because this is quick and easy.
I’ve got 8 game boards made for you that look something like this. If you are playing with a full classroom of kids, I recommend dividing them into groups to play. That way the 8 cards will work for your class.
But each one is a little different. The set also includes the cards you need to cut out and draw from in order to play.
I am using this at a class party next week in Kindergarten and I know the kids will love it. It’s an easy idea for Halloween class parties.
Here’s what to do:
Print this set out. You can print it at home or you can get it printed somewhere. I had it printed at a copy store and it cost about $6 to get it on heavy card stock. I will probably laminate it and keep it for years.
How to Play Halloween Bingo:
Cut out the 8 game boards. On the last page you will find a grid with all of the images from the Halloween Bingo Cards. Cut these out and use it as a draw pile to play the game. When you draw the candy corn picture, the children get to put a marker on the image of Candy Corn on their boards. Easy. Just bring something to use as markers (Candy Corn, Goldfish Crackers, etc.)
I’ve played this at a lot of school class parties and it’s always a big hit!
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