Are you looking for a fun way for your small group to play a game together? Check out these great Bingo printables for kids! I’ve included them all in a Bingo variety game pack so that you can get them all easily at once.
The best part about playing Bingo as a group is that it’s all about listening, friendly competition, and having fun!
If you need even more fun game options, be sure to check out my 9 Preschool + Toddler Board Games That Are Educational And Fun! You can never have too many game ideas for kids.
Bingo Printables for Kids
When I say that I created quite the package deal for you, it’s literally no joke. In one printable pack, you’ll receive 17 themed bingo cards that the kids can start playing with right away.
Every theme comes with four Bingo cards, and you have the choice to print them in black and white or color. I’ve also included 2 pages of game cards and 1 page of board covers as well.
I’m giving you everything that you need to get started playing Bingo! But before you print and get started, let’s dive into the simple Bingo rules so that everyone is on the same page.
How to Play Bingo for kids
Playing Bingo is actually really easy. It’s as simple as cutting up the game cards into pieces and then putting them in a bag or a jar.
Give everyone a Bingo card, and then start drawing out the game cards one by one. The first person to get a Bingo wins! Simple instructions, right?!
A Bingo can be a straight line, a diagonal line, an “x,” or even four corners if you want it to be!
Ready to play and get started? Let’s dive into all the options that are included!
What’s included in these Printable Bingo Cards?
You’ll notice as you quickly scan this massive list of Bingo game printables that it’s going to be hard to choose. This is why I’ve made this Bingo Variety Pack – so you don’t have to!
While you can grab all these individually, I’ve grouped them all together for you in one simple package. Make sure to scroll all the way to the end to get the bingo cards!
2 versions of colors
This will have 2 different versions for the colors. Great for kids to learn about their colors and associate the names with them.
These can be used to work on color identification and also a great way to talk about what colors can look like when they’re combined as well.
One will have just colored circles, and the other will put pictures with the colors. It’s fun to mix it up a bit so that the kids will take a creative interest in the colors AND the pictures.
2 versions of shapes
Needing some shape-identifying practice? These bingo shape games are perfect! Just print, and you’ll love that they’re playing games and learning at the same time.
They’ll be able to identify a circle, hexagon, rhombus, octagon, heart, oval, pentagon, square, and rectangle with ease! And since the shapes have colors, you can work on color skills, too!
We had fun making these shape bingo cards and added some faces and smiles to some of them!
Farm Animal Bingo
Kids love animals, so this farm animal bingo game is going to be a hit! They’ll love seeing them, and you can have them make the noises, too!
A fun thing that we do when we play with Bingo cards is that we have the kids say the name of the animals on their cards. This helps with reading skills, confidence in speaking and reading out loud, and also helps them sound out words that they might not know.
Human Body Organs Bingo
What a great science activity and game! This teaches them about the various parts of the human body organs in a fun and non-icky way.
You can talk to them about the various parts of the body too, or have them point to them on their own bodies so that they know where they’re located.
If you have dinosaur fans in the house, this is a must. Not only are they adorable to look at, but this will help them pronounce and learn how to read some of those hard-to-say dinosaur names!
Young children will have so much fun with this one on family game night! This printable game is also great for a classroom because it’s quick and simple to get.
Use this ocean bingo game as a way to talk about some of the other creatures found in the ocean. This bingo sheet just lists a few of the options but there are so many more to talk about!
Anytime someone wants to play a fun game of Bingo, add this to your list. This pirate-themed bingo game is so much fun to play, and then act like a pirate afterward.
You can even have the kids talk like a pirate during the game for fun – or just have the bingo caller be the main pirate! (I also think that this would be really cute for a pirate party theme that you can easily print out with your printer at home!)
This can help remind the kids that healthy eating is important! Since the calling cards are full of fruit, mom and dad will be happy!
If you really want to make this game a blast, have some fruit snacks and fresh fruit to go along with it. (I just recommend that you laminate the bingo cards so that they won’t get fruit juice all over them!)
Bingo is great for educational activities because it helps the kids use their skills and senses. Not only will they have to use their fine motor skills to pick up the bingo chips, but they’ll also get to learn more about fun topics, too.
Transportation bingo if a great way to talk about all the different modes of transportation in the world! You can have them use their imagination and tell a tale about taking a trip with one or more of the choices on the cards.
Polar & Artic Animals Bingo
I like to think of this as a winter bingo game because it’s all about artic animals! See how many of these animals they know about, and then make a point to find out some other fun facts.
Zoo Animals Bingo
You could easily use this as a summer bingo game and then follow it up by taking a trip to the zoo! The more that they can learn about zoo animals, the better!
Since every bingo card has a picture and a name, it’s perfect for people who can’t read yet to still be able to join in on all the fun.
Back to School Bingo
Add this to your list of back-to-school fun activity ideas! Once the school year starts, it’s time for these bingo cards to make their appearance!
You can use this as a fun icebreaker for a classroom, too for the kids to get to know one another or to learn where things are in the classroom.
Community Helpers Bingo
This helpers bingo is a great game for kids! This will help them easily identify those in the community that are there to help them and also to protect them in certain situations.
St. Patricks Day Bingo
Who’s ready for some luck? This is a great way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day without having to chase down the gold at the end of the rainbow.
Use this Christmas Bingo as a fun way to get ready for the holiday. The kids can then talk about what the holidays mean to them or even write out their own Christmas list!
Turkey Day is approaching, and everything loves playing games! Print out this Bingo and invite all your family and friends. Then, use it as a fun scavenger hunt and see how many items are on the list that people can find!
What are the learning benefits of playing Bingo?
While it may seem like Bingo is “just” a game, there are many great learning benefits that accompany it.
Since the kids will be reading and talking, playing Bingo is a great way to work on some of their speech skills. This also gives them the confidence to speak up more and be more confident in their words.
Fine motor skills
They’ll be working on their hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills when they pick up their markers to cover the matches.
Since you can’t play Bingo by yourself, you’ll have to learn how to play well with others. This is a great way to help them learn how to work well with others.
Here are some of the best supplies that can help you play Bingo!
- Bingo dabbers
- Bingo chips
As you can see, this is a great variety pack full of bingo games! What a great way to have a fun-themed game for any time of the year!