This fun and free Valentine’s Bingo printable is a great game for Valentine’s Day classroom parties, kids love it!
So, I looooove holiday BINGO sets. And apparently you do too. I guess I’m not the only parent who’s tired of coming up with inventive classroom party games and activities, am I right?
In my experience, kids ALWAYS enjoy BINGO. Just grab some dollar store pencils or a coupon for free time in the classroom or something to use as prizes and kids are excited to play.
I mean, we know they’re all just in it for the prizes, but that’s cool. It occupies either a small or large group, they sit relatively quietly during the game and they don’t get tired of playing because a different person wins each time.
Valentine’s BINGO also makes a good classroom party game because it doesn’t require any special supplies (I’m looking at you giant JENGA set) or have complicated rules or instructions like some of the “cute” holiday party craft ideas out there.
Just print & cut and you’re ready to go.
If you want, you can use those little plastic Bingo circles, then leave them with the teacher to be reused over and over. In fact, your teacher might already have some.
OR if you’re feeling particularly ambitious, grab a heart shaped paper punch and punch out a big pile of paper hearts to use to cover the squares. That’s a great activity for your child “helper” to do, actually.
The game boards print two to a page and the calling cards print 4 to a page. If you really want to make this easy, send the files to your local print shop and have them print them for you. They can even cut them too and then all you have to do is pick them up. Total cost will probably be under $5!
Valentine’s BINGO Instructions
To get my Valentine’s Day bingo printable going, I printed, cut and laminated the game boards and the calling cards so O’s teacher can reuse them next year if she wants.
(Laminating is totally optional. If you do laminate your kids’ bingo cards, they could even use dry erase markers to mark the squares! )
Just shuffle the calling cards and call them one at a time and have the kids cover the squares they have on their board with those little bingo circles, tiny hearts, or squares of paper.
First one with 4 in a row is the winner!
Enter your email below to download and print. The game boards print 2 to a page and I’ve made two sets, one for a small group of kids and a classroom set with 30 different game boards–print one game board set and one set of calling cards and you’ll be ready to play Valentine’s bingo!!
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