I'm back with a new bingo game. With unicorns all the rage, it's time for unicorn bingo! I bet there are quite a few kids having unicorn birthday parties these days, and this bingo game is perfect for that. (And -- it's free! Even better.) Like all of my bingo games, the set comes with calling cards, instructions, and an answer key as well. Check it out:
I think this type of bingo game is great for kids of all ages. Younger kids can even play without an adult. Because the game and calling cards are all image-based, they don't need to be able to read. They can just hold up the calling cards or describe the pictures. Can your youngest kids recognize the different emotions on some of these unicorns? There's surprised, sleeping, and crying. I guess sleeping isn't really an emotion. Maybe its showing so little emotion that you are out cold! (Just kidding. I wish I could include emojis here so you knew when I was just being my weird self.)
This game includes six unique game boards.
Click the download button below to get your free unicorn bingo game. The link will open up a pdf file that you can download and print or download and save for later.
Need more game boards? Head to Etsy to get thirty unique boards. The game on Etsy also includes two different sizes of calling cards.
The adorable images in this game were created by TheHappyGraphics and me.
How to Play
This game is a little different than traditional bingo, so check out the instructions before you play. (They're also included with the download)
Cut the 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.)
Check out some more fun unicorn games on Amazon. (Affiliate links.)
More Ideas You Might Like
What’s your favorite birthday party game? I'd love to hear about yours in the comments.
You might like these party ideas, too! The images below are linked to posts. Click on the images to check out the tutorials.
I just finished another Harry Potter Party this summer, so look for new, fresh ideas coming soon!
Clicking on any images above will take you to page that includes all of my posts for that party theme. Need more party themes? Check these out: