Free Christmas Bingo Boards!

Are you finished with your Christmas shopping yet? I haven’t even started. That’s pretty typical for me, so I guess I won’t worry — yet! Today I’m bringing you some fun for your school class party or your family game night. These adorable Christmas bingo boards are just in time for some holiday merriment.

Free Christmas Bingo Cards! Perfect for a class party or family game night {OneCreativeMommy.com}

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Yep. It’s bingo time again at our house. We just can’t get enough, I guess. When you play with M&M’s, you can’t go wrong, right? (Or smarties, or any kind or candy, for that matter!) I love that this is a great boredom buster, and since the calling cards are pictures, kids of any age can be in charge of the game. I’ve even caught one of my girls playing by herself!

Free Christmas Bingo Cards! Perfect for a class party or family game night {OneCreativeMommy.com}

Most of the graphics I used are by Jessica Sawyer Design (but I did edit and change a few). You’ll find her store on Etsy.com. When I was creating the boards, Boo kept asking me to print her a copy. Soon all the girls wanted one. I couldn’t figure out why until I caught them all at the kitchen table drawing and coloring the pictures. I must admit. They are pretty darn cute!

Free Christmas Bingo Cards! Perfect for a class party or family game night {OneCreativeMommy.com}

So, are you ready to download a set for your family or for your classroom? I created two sets for you to choose from. One is a set of ten boards, and the other is a set of 30 boards. You choose which works best for you by clicking on the download button below.

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Both downloads come with Bingo boards and large calling cards for calling the bingo game. Have a great time, and thanks for stopping by today!

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. 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.)

A reader from another country asked me to please list names for each of the pictures on the cards. Since traditions and culture vary from place to place, I’m putting the information here in case others need the help as well:

1st Calling Card
Blue Christmas Ornament, Santa Claus, Owl
Gingerbread Man, Red and White Candy Cane, Snowman with a Green Scarf
Brown Reindeer, Red Gift, Blue Mitten
Penguin, Red Stocking, Gingerbread House

2nd Calling Card
Mug of Hot Cocoa, Snow Hat, Rudolf the Red-Nosed Reindeer
Snowflake, Elf, Red Christmas Ornament
Red Mitten, Blue Gift, Snowman with a Red Scarf
Blue Sled, Christmas Tree, Blue and Red Candy Cane

I realize that some classrooms may not allow a game that uses images of Santa or the word Christmas. I thought of creating another version, but I just don’t have time. I already have another version that has religious graphics that I knew would not be allowed in the classroom, and three sets seemed a little ridiculous! Hopefully, this one will work for most of you.

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Heidi

 

Comments

  1. I haven’t started either! Love the bingo. Pinning.
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  2. I haven’t started, either. Really cute bingo boards! Thanks!

  3. Adorable bingo boards. I’m sure kids will LOVE them!
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  4. These are so adorable. My kids will love these. Now I just need to get new ink in my printer!

  5. This is such a cute idea! I love bingo and it’d be fun to play with the kids on a rainy or snowy day.
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  6. Thank you so much for creating these! We do a holiday bingo for the Meals on Wheels participants and your set of 30 was EXACTLY what I was looking for. Thank you again!

  7. Thank you so much for the Christmas Bingo Cards! We have a homeschool gathering and the these are perfect!!! Have a blessed holiday season!

  8. Thank you very very much for your wonderful free things.
    I used Christmas Bingo which is pretty, cute and very useful.
    Kids are so excited.
    I would like to intorduce it to my friends.

  9. Thank you! This was a lifesaver for my kid’s Christmas party. They’re adorable!

  10. I’m not sure if you know how bingo works, but if you put all the graphics on every card, it is impossible to play for a full house without everyone winning on the same call. I just played with my class and it went to the last call, and they all shouted bingo in unison. What a waste of time and resources.

    • I’m sorry you were disappointed, Lee. I intended this game to be played for a five-in-a-row Bingo, not a blackout. I actually added that info in the post last week, but perhaps you printed the boards before I added that note. I’ll be sure to make it more clear here and on my other bingo boards as well.
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  11. I love this but i need something for about 40 people.

    • I’m sorry, Eileen. Thirty is all I have. With that many people and every card having every picture on it, you’d probably have lots of people getting bingo at the same time, too. That might be too many for this game. Of course, if you didn’t care if more than one got a bingo at the same time, it wouldn’t matter.
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  12. Hello from Spain! I love this Bingo game! Congrats for your amazing work! I’ve a doubt concerning the meaning of the pictures. Could you send me an email with the names of the images appearing on the calling cards? I meant, for example, what’s exactly the blue object with a red line?
    Thanks in advance and Merry Christmas!
    [email protected]

    • Hi, Nieves. I added this information to the post. I’ll list it for you here, too: (The blue object with the red line is a sled.)

      1st Calling Card:
      Blue Christmas Ornament, Santa Claus, Owl with a Green Hat
      Gingerbread Man, Red and White Candy Cane, Snowman with a Green Scarf
      Brown Reindeer, Red Gift, Blue Mitten
      Penguin, Red Stocking, Gingerbread House

      2nd Calling Card
      Mug of Hot Cocoa, Blue Hat, Rudolf the Red-Nosed Reindeer
      Blue Snowflake, Elf, Red Christmas Ornament
      Red Mitten, Blue Gift, Snowman with a Red Scarf
      Blue Sled, Christmas Tree, Blue and Red Candy Cane
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  13. Hello! We are using your Bingo game four our family get-together on Christmas Eve (thank you, by the way). We are actually incorporating Bingo along with another gift exchange game. Do you have the pictures saved individually that I might be able to get from you? I ask because I need each picture on the back of the exchange cards as well. And I am having a terrible time finding them online!

    • Hi, DeeDee. I’m glad you like the game. You’ll find most of the images on JessicaSawyerDesign.com. If you want the images without buying the clipart yourself, the easiest way would be to make an extra copy of the calling cards or a bingo card. Just cut out the pictures and glue them onto your exchange cards. A few of the images were created by me and pulled from various clipart sets I have purchased. Have fun!
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