The absolute cutest Valentine’s Day Bingo game!

Have you taken down your Christmas decorations yet? Here’s a little motivation to get you moving onto the next holiday! It’s bingo time again! Today I’m sharing my new printable Valentine’s Day bingo game, and I hope your family enjoys it as much as mine!

This printable Valentine's Day Bingo game is the cutest! I can't wait to play it with my kids. {} Class Party Set and Family Set #valentinesday #valentinesdaygames #valentinesdaypartyideas #bingo #printable

Valentine’s Day Bingo

This Valentine’s Day bingo game is a perfect match for my previous sets. You’ll recognize the same style of characters with graphics adapted from Jessica Sawyer Design, Ellie Lash (no longer available online), and some created by yours truly.

If you are looking for a fun bingo game for an elementary or preschool class party or family game night, this set is perfect for you. Like my other boards, this game is made for family fun — not for competitive play. Each board contains every picture, making the game easier and more fun for younger players.

This printable Valentine's Day Bingo game is the cutest! I can't wait to play it with my kids. {} Class Party Set and Family Set #valentinesday #valentinesdaygames #valentinesdaypartyideas #bingo #printable

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This printable Valentine's Day Bingo game is the cutest! I can't wait to play it with my kids. {} Class Party Set available on Etsy

The classroom set of 30 unique bingo boards is now available for purchase in my Etsy store. Click the download button below to check it out.

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.)

This printable Valentine's Day Bingo game is the cutest! I can't wait to play it with my kids. {} Class Party Set and Family Set #valentinesday #valentinesdaygames #valentinesdaypartyideas #bingo #printable

I love the picture calling cards because even little kids can be in charge of calling the game. In fact, calling the game is so easy that the kids can play all by themselves, with no adult supervision. So, go ahead. Hand the Valentine’s Day bingo game to your kids and go make dinner without interruptions! You deserve it.


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  1. So super cute!

  2. My daughter would LOVE that BINGO game! I need to download it for her class!

  3. Oo I love all these ideas! The hair is fabulous too!

  4. I still didn’t take of my Christmas decoration. I just love it to much. :) This seems like a very interesting Valentine’s game.

  5. What a super game for the kids! Love it, very creative! :)

  6. What a cute game! I would love to play this with my kids. I am sure they would love it as well.

  7. I love all the creativity here! Reading this makes me smile and reminded me of my childhood. xoxo

  8. What a cute game! I’m printing it out to pass along to my youngest daughter’s second grade teacher. The kids will love it!

  9. How cute! My niece would love this game. I will be sharing this link with my sister in law

  10. My kids would love this and I like the box of conversation hearts are the place markers. It’s a perfect classroom game for their party day.

  11. That’s the cutest valentine bingo card I’ve seen! I’m def going to print this out. This is perfect for family play time. Thanks

  12. We are at Valentine’s already? Well that means my birthday is just around the corner! :)

  13. That sounds like a pretty cool game. I love the idea and it’s really creative as well. I’m sure it’s going to be a hit with the kids!

  14. This is too fun and festive for valentines day! Will have to do one for my little cousins.

  15. What a cute game for kids this Valentine’s day! It’s really nice that you came up with such a game, it’s going to make them excited for the day!

  16. Our Family World says:

    This one is also fun to play with in a training class or environment! I like that it’s easily accessible, thank you!

  17. Visiting from the Create Link Inspire linkup! I love the Valentine bingo! I pinned it tonise when I substitute teach! Thanks and happy Tuesday!

  18. These are super cute! I’m sure my 5 year old Daughter would love these as yours did!

  19. Aww that’s cute bingo game for the kids. I’ll have to print this out for my niece

  20. That sounds like so much fun! I think the kids would have a blast playing this, especially my youngest. Thanks for the great idea.

  21. I tried this Valentine’s Day bingo game. I like it.

  22. Jennie @ The Housewife Modern says:

    Hi! I love this! Especially that you included both a home and classroom set.
    I’m doing a round-up of Valentine’s Printables and was wondering if I could use an image from your post for both the post and a combined marketing (Pinterest, etc) image?
    I already linked you, but wanted permission before using an image!
    Thanks either way.

    • Thanks, Jennie. That would be fine, as long as you link back. You may use the image in a collage on pinterest, but please don’t use just my image linking to your site instead of mine. Thanks!

      • Jennie @ The Housewife Modern says:

        Thank you! I’ll just use one in the collage, then, and not in the post also. I wouldn’t want someone to pin that image from the post instead of the pin images I’m creating. I wouldn’t, of course, but can’t guarantee that no one else would…so I’ll just use in collage. Thanks. Jennie

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