Looking for fun Christmas games? This free Christmas Bingo Printable is a fun activity for people of all ages. It’s perfect for holiday parties, class parties, or just a cozy night around the Christmas tree with your whole family.
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This free printable Christmas bingo game includes 20 different, adorable Christmas bingo cards with words and images as well as two different types of calling cards.
It is one of the easiest Christmas party games that can be played every holiday season and is always so much fun.
Just print, cut, and play!
It’s even a perfect game to play on Christmas Eve or just at a family gathering while watching Christmas movies, drinking peppermint hot chocolate, and eating these Christmas Pretzel Rods.
If you’re feeling the Christmas spirit too, you should check out these DIY Reindeer Candy Canes and these DIY Reindeer Goodie Bags.
Free Printable Christmas Bingo Cards
This Christmas bingo pdf includes 20 different bingo cards with words and cute pictures.
I included words on the Christmas bingo boards because it’s a great way for kids to learn those words or enhance their reading skills without even noticing it.
The pictures on the boards allow young children to participate as well.
It really is an easy Christmas game for the entire family. And the perfect game for your class (as a teacher) or your kid’s class party.
I hope including 20 different cards is enough for a classroom. If not, please let me know in the comments below.
There should definitely be enough unique game cards for small groups.
If playing holiday bingo with large groups of over 20 people, I recommend splitting everyone into smaller groups of 20 and having each group play its own game.
Two Call Sheets
This free Christmas bingo game includes two different call sheets for two ways to call out each holiday item/bingo spot.
1. Cutout Calling Cards
The first call sheet consists of calling cards that should be individually cut out to play traditional bingo.
Each calling card (after cutting) should be placed, face down, in a bowl or hat. One person will randomly draw a calling card and shout out the image on the card.
For example, if the calling card shows a gingerbread man, the person says, “Gingerbread Man”.
And all of the players check their unique card for a gingerbread man. If they have it, they place down a marker on it. Super easy.
These cutout calling cards can also be placed, face down, in the middle of the playing table. Each one is still picked randomly and called out, one turn at a time.
BUT, it’s an easy way to have multiple people be “the caller”.
I know the young kids in my family all want to help, so this allows them to take turns picking out the card and yelling out the holiday item.
It’s a great thing because it prevents fighting, increases their confidence, and leads to more fun for everyone.
2. Calling Sheet
The second call sheet includes all of the same calling cards, but is not meant to be cut.
It is a calling sheet that stays whole and is marked as you play.
Next to each image (and word) is a set of five boxes. These boxes are meant to be marked or checked off after the caller picks and calls out the item.
There are five boxes so you can play five rounds of bingo before needing another calling sheet.
The sheet can also be laminated then marked with a dry erase marker for continuous and repetitive use.
This playing option is perfect for teachers or parents who are using it as a classroom activity.
It can also be used by having someone toss a small candy on the sheet. Whatever image the candy falls on is what is yelled out. Then mark the box of that image so it is not called out again during the same round.
The best way to play this fun holiday activity is with CANDY as the bingo markers!
Which is why this free Christmas bingo packet includes everything you need to play, except bingo markers.
It’s such a hassle to sit and cut out little bingo chips when most people, in any age group, prefer to play with FUN markers. Like, candy or little toys.
The dollar store usually has little erasers and other fun things that could be used as markers.
If you laminate the boards, dry erase markers or traditional bingo daubers could be used to mark each spot on the board.
But, holiday candy is the absolute best way to mark the game boards.
Each player needs at least 25 pieces of candy… and more for snacking, of course.
Some fun ideas for bingo markers are:
- Christmas M&Ms
- Hershey’s Kisses or Hugs
- Mini Marshmallows
- Holiday Erasers
- Bingo Daubers
- Holiday Stamps
- Bingo Chips
- This Christmas Muddy Buddy Recipe
How to Win
We like to play this holiday bingo like traditional bingo…
The first person to cover five spaces in a row - horizontally, vertically, or diagonally - WINS!
They have to shout “BINGO” when they get the five spots in a row though. Do you remember losing as a kid because you didn’t yell "bingo" fast enough? I definitely do. I may still be bitter. 😂
At holiday parties, I usually include some type of prize for the winner or winners.
Something as simple as candy canes or Santa hats work, especially for adults or teens.
For kids, I like to buy small toys, like this Christmas Fidget Toys Pack for Kids.
Sometimes, I make these Reindeer bags and fill them with holiday goodies. Everyone seems to love that prize.
Christmas Bingo Printable
This free printable Christmas bingo game is for your personal use ONLY. It cannot be sold or used commercially. Please do not share or distribute the free download.
If you would like to share it with family and friends, please send them the link to this post so they can get their own free download.
It is best to print the game on card stock for more durable bingo cards. I use Astrobrights/Neenah Bright White Cardstock. It's high quality, bright, and durable.
Some people like to print it at a local print shop for a higher quality print.
For your free download, please click the link below. It will open the Christmas bingo pdf in a new tab. You can save it to your computer (for personal use only) or print immediately.
I hope you have SO much fun playing Christmas bingo. I’d love to hear about the experience below. If you post about it on social media, please tag @lovemischka on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, or Tiktok.
Check out these top Christmas crafts:
- Reindeer Candy Canes
- Christmas Pretzel Rods
- DIY Cinnamon Salt Dough Ornaments without Applesauce
- How to Make Salt Dough Ornaments
- DIY Paw Print Ornaments
How to Prepare and Play Printable Christmas Bingo
- 1 Christmas Bingo PDF included
- Bingo Markers like candy
- Prizes optional
- Click “CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD CHRISTMAS BINGO PRINTABLE” in the section above.
- Print printable on white cardstock.
- Cut out each bingo board card.
- If playing with cutout calling cards, cut out each calling card. Put them, face down, in a bowl or hat.
- Give a bingo card to each player.
- Pass out at least 25 markers to each player. Have them put one on the free space in the middle.
- Randomly pick a calling card. Call out the holiday item that is pictured on the card.
- Players look for that item on their own bingo cards. If they have it, they place a marker on that spot.
- Continue until someone has markers on five spots in a row - vertically, horizontally, or diagonally - and yells, “BINGO!”
- Check their card. If they do have bingo, they win!
- Reset and play again!
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