These printable St. Patrick’s Day bingo cards will give you loads of fun and are a great way to teach children all about luck! They’ll learn about different symbols and pictures and what they mean while having fun playing this classic game.
Bingo is a great game that teaches kids to match and create lines, and you can use our templates to print your own game at home!
Each template comes with 10 cards and a calling card through a download link at the bottom of this post. There’s one version in black and white and one in full color.
If you want to reuse the cards over and over, we recommend getting some self-laminating sheets so that you can use markers to wipe them off after each game.
Bingo is the perfect game for a class activity, when you’re going on a road trip, if you’re hosting a holiday kiddo party, or just as an indoor activity for the family.
More St. Patrick’s Day Crafts:
- St. Patrick’s Day Shamrock Fingerprint Craft
- Fruit Loops Rainbow Craft (and Snack!)
- Leprechaun Handprint Craft
- St. Patrick’s Day Books and Activity Ideas
What You’ll Need:
- Bingo template (available at the bottom of this post)
- Paper or cardstock paper
- Tokens – you can use candy, stickers, little toys, scrap paper, or let them write on the pages!
- Self-laminating sheets (optional, but recommended to make the cards reusable)
How to Play Bingo:
- Start by giving each player a different card. They can put one of their tokens on the free space to start. Let the players know if they’re going to try to fill out the entire square or make a row to win.
- Then, the caller can begin by drawing a card from the calling pile and calling it out. Encourage kiddos to mark the item and make sure they’re picking the right one.
- Next, continue calling out the picture shown until someone has five-in-a-row and calls bingo.
- Finally, check their card to see if they did get a bingo and continue to play with the remaining players or start over! You can give candy for prizes, or just play for fun.
Tips and Ideas:
- Going on a road trip? This makes a great game for a car ride!
- You can reuse these sheets again and again! If you’re having children mark on them, consider laminating them and reusing them with a reusable marker.
- Use the bingo game as a way to teach kiddos about the changing seasons, the history of the holiday, or just about the difference between different colors and icons representing the holiday.
Printable Download Links:
This downloadable PDF set includes 10 designs of bingo cards as well as a calling card in black and white.
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This downloadable PDF set includes 10 designs of bingo cards as well as a calling card in full color.
Other Printable Games to Play this Holiday Season:
- I Spy
- Mad Libs