This Bingo Halloween game is the perfect non-spooky way to learn some seasonal Halloween themed vocabulary words while playing a fun game.
This bingo Halloween printable is the perfect way to combine some spooky fun for all ages! Just print, grab some fun prizes, and gather everyone to play.
Make sure to check out my Halloween Activities for Kids of All Ages for even more fun Halloween activities and ideas.
Bingo Halloween Printable
I know you are going to love the latest free printable. As someone who enjoys the spooky but fun Halloween and fall season, this is such a fun time period.
We have a lot of fun family traditions for the Fall and Halloween period.
Learn more about Family Traditions To Encourage Love + Unit here.
You can find the video of the free Bingo activity here
- Cardstock ~ to print the cards and boards out on
- Laminator ~ to laminate the cards and boards
- Bingo chips or markers to place on the boards
- The printable game boards (linked at the bottom of this post.)
The free printable includes 4 color Halloween Bingo mats and 12 calling cards. We’ve also included some Bingo page markers to make this a print, cut, and play activity.
Instead of using the markers that I’ve included you can also use mini erasers.
Up to 4 children can play at a time. The great thing about using these Halloween bingo cards is that all ages can play. The pictures show them what is on the cards, even if they aren’t quite old enough to be reading the words.
How to Play Bingo
Once you print out the PDF using your printer, it’s all about playing Bingo! Make sure that everyone has a bingo board and different bingo cards to let the fun Halloween games start.
Young children may need a little bit of help during the game, but that’s all part of the fun!
To get them in the Halloween spirit, have everyone look at their different cards to see all the fun ways that they might get a bingo.
Once the picture is chosen and told to everyone playing, they need to make sure that they’re covering up that item on their free printable Halloween Bingo game.
Cut out some squares of use candy pumpkins, candy corn, or even monster and spider sticker options, too.
The first person to get a bingo, wins! (You can also have everyone wear their Halloween costumes to really up the Halloween fun!
Halloween Bingo Sensory Bin
Since I have a little one with who I’d like to work on more vocabulary words with as well as stimulating her senses I decided to create a Halloween Bingo Sensory Bin.
I created colored rice in the colors red, orange, and yellow and I have been re-using the rice bin with many of our activities this month.
This is the bin we are using here.
Learn How To Make Rainbow Colored Rice here
My daughter just finds a card in the bin and then looks for it on her mat. She then adds a marker until she gets her whole board covered up. I can also play this game with her and she can choose one card, then I can choose one card.
This activity has 9 images per Halloween Bingo mat.
GET THE FREE HALLOWEEN BINGO MATS HERE
Looking for a full classroom set? Here is a video of the paid verison of the Bingo game:
WHERE TO GET THE CLASSROOM ACTIVITY
HALLOWEEN BINGO GAME FOR KIDS
You can learn more about the paid bingo activity here: Halloween Bingo Printable Classroom Set
We also have some fun Bingo game bundles that have so many themes included, check them out below.