Hanukkah bingo is the latest addition to my bingo game collection. I've always been happy to share free bingo games for all of the major holidays, but I recently realized that I forgot one! I don't celebrate Hanukkah, but I know many of my readers do. This game is for you!
In researching for this game, I realized that I know almost nothing about Hanukkah (or is it Chanukah?) I enjoyed learning about the Festival of Lights, a few traditional foods served during Hanukkah, and the game of dreidel. This holiday sounds like a lot of fun.
How to Play Hanukkah Bingo
Bingo is a super easy game to play. Simply print out your game boards and cut apart the calling cards. Give each player a game board and some small candies or markers to cover up the images. The center space is free, so everyone should cover that square up before the game begins.
One at a time, select a calling card and show it to the players. The players use their candy or marker to cover that image on their cards. All game boards contain every image, which makes it easier for little ones to play. Once someone gets five images in a row, they say, "Bingo," and the game is over.
MORE WAYS TO PLAY
If regular five-in-a-row bingo is getting a little boring, try these other fun ways to play:
- Picture frame bingo
- Plus bingo
- X bingo
How to get your free Hanukkah bingo game
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Get more game boards in my Etsy shop
My family set of bingo cards contains 6 game boards. If that's not enough for you, you can pick up a set of 30 game boards in my Etsy shop.
You might enjoy these games as well
If your family enjoys bingo, be sure to check out my games for other holidays (and birthday parties) as well. Check out these games for upcoming holidays be clicking on the images below. (The images are linked to the posts.)
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