Best Thanksgiving Bingo Game!

It’s Bingo time again! My Bingo games have been so popular, that I thought I’d make them for all the holidays. Other families must like Bingo as much as mine! I already shared Halloween Bingo last year, so now how about some Thanksgiving Bingo? Ready or not, here it comes!

What a great way to keep the kids busy while they wait for Thanksgiving dinner! I love Bingo! {OneCreativeMommy.com} Free Printable Thanksgiving Bingo Boards

Thanksgiving Bingo

RELATED: Christmas Bingo, 4th of July Bingo

How do you keep the kids busy while you’re preparing Thanksgiving dinner? If it seems like Bingo won’t work because the kids need you to call the game, this game is different! Since the boards come with picture calling cards, even the youngest member of your family (sorry–no babies) can be in charge of the game. All she or he has to do is pick a card and hold it up for the rest of the players to see. It’s easy, and there’s no parent supervision needed.

What a great way to keep the kids busy while they wait for Thanksgiving dinner! I love Bingo! {OneCreativeMommy.com} Free Printable Thanksgiving Bingo Boards

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.)

The game comes with 15 unique boards, so I’ve got you covered if you have lots of family in town. Just click on the download image below to open the pdf file in a new window. You can print the file from there or choose to save the file to print later.

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Need some more ideas to entertain the kids while they’re waiting for Thanksgiving dinner to cook? Try these activities. Visit the posts by clicking on the images below.

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Heidi

Comments

  1. What a great idea Heidi! I love that this is a Thanksgiving activity where everyone can participate!
    I have pinned it on our Thanksgiving board.

  2. Another one! Just perfect! Your designs are exceptionally cute! As you know, we played Halloween Bingo last weekend. I was surprised at how long the kids wanted to continue. And playing alongside their parents is great family fun!
    Pinning and printing for this year’s Thanksgiving. Thank you, Heidi!

  3. These are adorable!! I am going to grab these for my kiddos to keep them entertained at my dads for Thanksgiving this year.n Thank you :)

  4. What great ideas! I love the bingo especially. It’s so much nicer when the kids are happily occupied when they are waiting for the Thanksgiving feast to start!

  5. Such cute ideas. I think that turkey snack is adorable, and of course all of the kids love Bingo (even the grown ones). :)

  6. I love this post! So many great tings! In my day we were not smart enough to print our own holiday Bingo game, that is brilliant! And I love the turkey like snack!

  7. These are adorable and would be so fun!

  8. What a great Thanksgiving game idea! This will give the kids something fun to do while the adults are in the kitchen.

    • Thanks, Marcie. That’s the plan. The kids play while the adults work. Hmm. It seems like there’s something wrong with that picture! (I guess that what holidays are about when you’re a grown up!

  9. This looks like a fun bingo game for Thanksgiving!! I know my kids would love this on Thanksgiving!

  10. My kids were just asking to play bingo. I think they’d love the Thanksgiving version!

    • Thanks, Denise. Be sure to check out my other versions, too. So far, I have bingo for Christmas, Halloween, the 4th of July and Thanksgiving. Be looking for Valentine’s Day bingo in January.

  11. Pinning for my daughter to use with her Pre-k class!

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