If you missed these fun Halloween Bingo cards when I shared them on Pretty Providence last month, now's your chance!
*August 2018 -- It's now been three years since I created this game, and I've given it a tiny facelift. See the image later in the post for the new look. Can you spot the differences?
Bingo has been a favorite at my house for years. I'm not sure if it's the actual game or the candy that the kids use as markers, though. It may just be a toss up! We have fun playing with our family, the kids in the neighborhood, and anyone who happens to show up at our house for a little while!
I think I've taken this game to a class party every year since my oldest was in kindergarten.
If you're in charge of the class party, you may just want to give this game a try. Instead of worrying about making markers for the game, just give each kid a pack of smarties (a good allergy-friendly candy). They make perfect markers. You don't have to count them out, and they don't make the game boards sticky. (Do laminate the game boards just in case, though.)
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 free printable Halloween bingo game comes with calling cards and 6 unique boards, but you can purchase a full set of 30 unique cards in my Etsy shop. (I also have a new Bingo game available on Etsy as well. Decide which one you think is cuter!)
Click the download link below to get your family-size set of my free Halloween Bingo game.
Want to play the game with a large party or in the school classroom? Pop over to my Etsy shop to download the full set of 30 unique boards and instructions.
Want to earn cash back when you shop online?
Before you go, I've got a money-earning tip for you. Who doesn't love a little extra cash in their pockets (especially with the holidays coming soon)? Did you know that when you shop online, if you start your shopping by clicking to the online store through the Ebates (now Rakuten) website, you'll earn cash back from your purchases?
I've already received several checks because I shop Amazon.com and Kohls.com all the time. Since they are both a part of Rakuten, I earn cash back for spending money there that I was already going to spend anyway! Head over to their site and check out all of the partner online stores to see if you already shop there. Why not earn money while you shop? The coolest part -- if you join Rakuten using my referral link, you'll get an extra $10 check as soon as you spend $25 shopping through Rakuten. (And I'll earn an extra check, too.) Happy shopping!
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