It’s almost Easter time, and you know what a new holiday means? It’s time for a new Bingo game! I’ve got an adorable set of Easter Bingo boards for you today.
This year is passing so quickly that I can’t believe it’s March already. Maybe it’s the extra cool weather that has me behind. I already missed the early planting deadline for my spring garden, and I’m still trying to decide if I should give it a try this year. Before I know it, it will be summer, and the kids will be out of school! For those of you who don’t live in the desert, you probably have plenty of time left to plant your spring gardens. (Lucky you!)
Easter Bingo Game
Despite the fact that I’m behind in my gardening, I’m super excited for Spring! The days are getting longer, the skies are getting bluer, and the sun is shining. Life is good.
So, let’s get to Bingo!
As you can see, my obsession with Kawaii clipart continues. (Kawaii means that everything has faces.) Most of these cute characters were created by Jessica Sawyer, with a few created by me. Can’t you just picture those pieces of candy on the game showing up in the next package of Shopkins? (Yes, my youngest is still in love with Shopkins.)
Since most classrooms don’t have class parties for Spring, I did not make my usual 30-board class set for this game. Instead, my printable is family size. The game includes 10 unique boards and a set of calling cards. Hopefully that’s enough boards to take care of your family and your kids’ friends.
Ready to download? Click on the download image (with the three dots) below. Clicking the image will open up the pdf file in a new window. You can print from there or save the file to your computer to print later.
How to Play:
Since this game is obviously different than traditional Bingo, here’s how it works: Cut the two pages of calling cards into individual cards and put them into a bag or hat. To play, pull a card out of the hat and call out what is on the card (or just show the card). Players look for that picture on their card and cover it up with a marker or jelly bean. Continue pulling cards from the bag one at a time until someone gets five in a row. (You cannot play blackout because every card has every picture on it. This game is meant to be played for traditional five-in-a-row bingo only.)
Have fun, and thanks for stopping by today! You’ll find the rest of my bingo games here.
Be sure to check out more ideas for Easter by clicking on the images below. The images are linked to posts, so click on them!