If you've ever been in charge of the Valentine's Day class party, you probably know that Valentine's Day bingo is always the hit of the party. Bingo is a great way to involve all the kids without requiring much prep work. Even better, it doesn't make a mess! (You're welcome.) I've been using this adorable bingo game for several years, but I think it's time for an update. So, in addition to my original game (pictured below), I've now created a new Valentine Bingo game for 2019. I hope your family or school class enjoys these bingo games!
Valentine's Day Bingo Times Two!
Valentine Bingo Version 1
My original valentine bingo game is shown above. The graphics were created by Jessica Sawyer Design, Ellie Lash (no longer available online), and yours truly. Like my other bingo games, you can download a free family set here, or purchase the full 30-game-board set from my Etsy shop.
Keep reading for the download link.
Valentine Bingo Version 2
My new Valentine's Day bingo game is just as cute (or maybe even cuter), but it is only available in my Etsy shop. I just couldn't resist creating a new game with updated graphics. I'm a sucker for cute pictures! Which game do you like better?
The Perfect Game for Family Game Night and Class Parties
Look no further for the perfect bingo game for your family game night or an elementary or preschool class party. 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.
Are you ready to download a set of my original game for your family or school class? Click on the download button below to get a free family set of Valentine Bingo version 1. The set contains 6 boards, calling cards and an instruction page.
Click the download button below to purchase a classroom set (30 boards) of Valentine's Day Bingo version 1 from my Etsy shop.
Click the download button below to purchase a classroom set (30 boards) of Valentine's Day Bingo version 2 from my Etsy shop.
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.)
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.
Have a great time!
More ideas you might like — Images below are linked
Thanks for stopping by today. I hope you’ll stick around and check out more fun ideas. I have tons of free printable valentines to choose from! The images below are linked to the projects and printables.
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