Since we’ve been home so much, I’ve been looking for every excuse possible to celebrate and make things special. We are doing Halloween BIG this year! These Halloween Bingo Game printables are one of many festive Halloween activities I have planned for my boys.
Halloween Bingo games are great for Halloween parties, but for the most part, those aren’t really a thing this year. They can also be a great classroom activity, a way to bring fun and festivities to classrooms that have become a bit sterile due to present circumstances. One of the many great things about Bingo is that a classroom full of kids can play no matter how far apart they’re seated.
At our house, we’re using these Halloween Bingo Game printables as a cut-and-paste activity to practice cutting skills and gluing, (plus, of course, Halloween fun).
What’s included in the Halloween Bingo Game download?
This 32-page file includes 30 unique, pre-filled Halloween Bingo boards that you can print out to use each time. Save, click, and print and you’re ready to go–which is great if you’re trying to play Bingo with an entire class or other large group.
You could also laminate them and use dry erase markers so you can reuse the same copies year after year. I plan to do that with a handful of these bingo game boards because I’m sure we’ll end up playing several times throughout the month of October.
The last two pages of the file are a blank Halloween Bingo Board and Halloween Bingo tiles with dashed lines for cutting. Instead of giving your kids or students the pre-printed, pre-filled boards, you can allow them to cut out their own tiles and paste them onto their own Bingo board wherever they’d like.
This is a great way to practice fine motor skills like cutting and increase hand strength, especially for preschoolers or Kindergartners. I plan to do this first with my boys and then use the other pre-filled cards when we play again. (The cut and paste Bingo boards only tend to last about a day.)
How to download your Halloween Bingo Game printables
To get your Halloween Bingo Game cards, click the link below. I’ve made them super cheap ($2) so that cost hopefully won’t be an obstacle for parents or teachers. Once you’ve downloaded your file (32 pages), it’s yours to keep and reuse — I just ask that you don’t sell it or share the file with other people.
I hope you and your kids or students enjoy these Halloween Bingo games!
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