This Christmas Bingo game is perfect for your next holiday party or celebration. Kids and adults will love these jolly bingo cards, great for playing at home or in the classroom. You just need to print and download the cards, then prepare to have some fun!
Christmas is a wonderful time of year that is full of fun festivities and gift exchanges. This Christmas Bingo game is just what you need for your classroom party or family gatherings. The adorable, bright pictures on these bingo cards are sure to bring the cheer to the party!
Bingo is one of those games I have loved since I was a child. I have passed on that love to my own children. With fun prizes and built-up anticipation of building bingo, it’s a game that all can embrace!
These Christmas-themed bingo cards are a perfect alternative to the traditional bingo game. The festive pictures make it perfect for both younger and older children to play with ease.
Whether it’s for your holiday classroom party or a Christmas celebration with your family, you’ll be glad you brought this easy game to the festivities! Even better, it’s fun for both kids and adults of all ages.
Just don’t forget to print and bring your bingo cards to the party!
Other Christmas Activities
If you’re in need of more activities for your Christmas celebrations, take a look at these other activities and games.
- Felt Snowman Ornament Craft
- Christmas Countdown Chain
- Christmas Color by Number
- Nativity Garland Papercraft
- Rudolph Story Puppets Craft
- Color Your Christmas Gift Box
- Felt Bird Ornament Craft
- Papercup Elf
- Reindeer Paper Bag Puppet
How to Play Christmas Bingo
Bingo is easy to play and set up in any setting. With this kid-friendly format suitable for all ages, you’ll be playing bingo in no time.
- Purchase and download the 8 Christmas bingo cards. Print at home or send to your local printing store.
- You will also need to print and cut the calling card squares that are located on the last page of the Christmas Bingo PDF.
- Find something that can be used as markers on the bingo cards. I recommend using caramels, hard candy, chocolate kisses, etc.
- Provide each person with a bingo card and markers to use with their cards. Remember to have everyone put a marker on their “Free Space.”
- The caller will then draw a card, then describe and show the picture to everyone playing. The players will then mark their cards.
- The first player to get five markers in a row (horizontal, vertical, or diagonal) and yells, “Bingo!” wins the game.
- After a player wins, the cards can be cleared to start a new game.
Tips for Using Christmas Bingo
- While printer paper works, bingo cards will look much better and last longer on cardstock.
- To make your bingo cards even more kid-proof, I recommend laminating them. Dry-erase markers make a great alternative bingo marker for laminated bingo cards.
- Keep playing after the first player has won for a round of blackout bingo. The first player to fill their entire card is the winner of the blackout round.
- Consider having prizes for the winners. Here are some ideas:
- Reindeer headband
- Christmas tree glasses
- Green and red bead necklace
- Christmas stickers
Benefits of Playing Bingo
You’ll find so many benefits from playing bingo with your family.
- Allows for practicing listening skills
- Fosters fine motor skills
- Promotes good sportsmanship when winning and losing
- Provides opportunities for laughter
- Fosters self-regulation
- Promotes social interaction with others
- Encourages cooperative play
What’s Included in Christmas Bingo
- Eight bingo cards – each is a little different, but not different enough to not have multiple winners if you decide to play blackout bingo.
- Calling card sheet – you will have one page of calling card squares that need to be cut out to use as your drawing pile for the caller.
Can I use these Christmas Bingo Cards in the classroom?
Yes, you can use these bingo cards in the classroom. Playing bingo with an entire class helps divide the kids into small teams so you can use the eight cards for the classroom.
How to Print Your Christmas Bingo Cards
You will want to print these on a heavy-weight cardstock at home. You can also print them at a local print shop. It is pretty low-cost to get them printed that way if you choose that option.
Laminating your bingo cards is also something to consider to make them more durable.
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Printable Christmas Bingo Game Boards
You can grab your Christmas bingo game by joining our email lists. You can also buy them here if you aren’t quite ready to join our email list.
How Do I Print A PDF?
You’ll need a program that supports PDFs. Adobe Acrobat is a great option. Open the program, click file, then print. Select your printer and the number of copies you want to print. Be sure you click double-sided if you want it to print on both sides.
Can I Resell These?
You may not resell any printable found on our website or in our resource library. You may use them for class parties, at church, at home, or in the classroom. You may get these printed at an office supply store or copy center at your own expense.