Christmas Bingo

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Celebrate Independence Day with our free printable 4th of July Bingo cards! With 30 unique cards, you can enjoy patriotic fun with family and friends. Download now and play this festive game of bingo! It’s so easy to print off on your home printer!
Three 4th of July bingo cards fanned out on a blue table with some red and blue M&Ms covering squares and a small red bowl of calling cards off to the side.
A printable Christmas Bingo card on a pink table with mini ornaments and pine cones on the surface.

Why this game works

Looking for a fun activity to do with the family this Christmas? Why not try Christmas bingo! This free printable game is perfect for all ages, and it’s sure to get everyone in the holiday spirit. 

To play, simply download and print out the bingo cards. Cut out the pieces from the calling card provided and place them in a Santa hat or Christmas bowl. Then, have each player choose a card and take turns calling out items on the list. The first player to complete a row, column, or diagonal wins!

Use candy, like Christmas M&Ms, gumdrops, or peppermint candy, to mark off the squares as they get called. 

This is a great way to spend some quality time together while also getting into the holiday spirit. Let the winner pick your next Christmas movie to watch on the couch! Trust me, this Christmas bingo game is sure to be a hit with the whole family! 

You’ll love this printable because:

  • 30 unique cards. With 30 printable bingo cards, you can play this game at your next Christmas party with a crowd.
  • Longer games. Each card has 24 squares plus a free space, but the calling card has 36 Christmas pictures to call, meaning you may not have the picture on your card each time. This makes the Christmas bingo game last longer for more Christmas fun! 
  • Easy to download and print. You can download and print your Christmas Bingo cards using your printer at home. They fit on a normal letter size piece of paper. You can also use cardstock, which is able to be printed on with most home printers, for a thicker bingo game card with a more luxurious feel.
  • Great for all ages. Using pictures instead of words makes this Christmas bingo perfect for all ages to play. Kids and adults will love these adorable bingo cards. 

Here’s what you’ll need:

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Supplies notes

  • Cardstock – I love to print my bingo cards on heavy white cardstock, which is thicker than regular printer paper. This gives the bingo cards a more luxurious feel when you hold them. 
  • Color Printer – You’ll need a color printer to print these cards in color! If you don’t have one, you can send the file to your local print shop instead. 
  • Laminator (optional) – I didn’t do this, but if you want to print these cards once and get use of them for years to come, use a laminator to laminate the cards! You can use dry erase markers to mark off your bingo cards or use candy like we did to mark off each box. 
  • Scissors or paper cutter – Each bingo card goes on one piece of paper, but you’ll need scissors or a paper cutter to cut the calling card boxes into small pieces so that you can place them in a hat to call off each item. 
  • Christmas M&Ms, peppermint candies, or gum drops – You’ll need some type of small candy to mark off the boxes. You can also use a marker or pen if you don’t mind using these bingo cards just once. If you laminate the bingo cards, use a dry erase marker that you can wipe off so you can use the cards again!

A printable Christmas Bingo card on a pink table with mini ornaments and pine cones on the surface.

How to Play Christmas Bingo

Christmas bingo is very easy to play and this free printable makes it so simple to do! Follow these steps (there are more detailed steps in the how-to card) so that you can play this fun activity with your family this Christmas season.

  1. Download the bingo cards
  2. Print out the bingo cards and 2 copies of the calling card on cardstock on a color printer. Be sure to choose “fit” in your printing options to be sure that none of the card gets cut off in your printer. 
  3. You can laminate your cards if you wish so that they are extra durable and you can use them many times. 
  4. Cut out each square of one of the calling cards so that you can place them in a Santa hat or festive bowl. 
  5. Hand out the bingo cards to participants with a handful of bingo markers. That can be Christmas M&Ms, mini marshmallows, peppermint candies, gumdrops, or even coins! Let participants know to mark off the free space in the center. 
  6. Take turns choosing a square from the Santa hat or bowl and call out what the picture is of. If you have it on your card, mark it with a candy. 
  7. Once a player gets 5 across in a row, column or diagonally, they yell BINGO!
  8. You can end bingo play there, or keep playing to get 2nd and 3rd place prizes, too!

For the ingredient list with measurements, full instructions, printable recipe and additional notes, please scroll down to the recipe card.

Expert Tips

  • Print the Christmas bingo cards on cardstock for best results. The colors will be more vibrant on a bright white cardstock. I recommend this AstroBright Bright White Cardstock.
  • Use edible bingo markers, like candy, so that you don’t permanently mark the bingo cars. This way you can keep using them year after year.
  • Don’t need all 30 bingo cards? Don’t print them all off to save paper! Use your printer settings to print off only certain pages. 

FAQs

Can I sell this Christmas bingo printable to others?

No, please do not. This Christmas bingo printable is meant for personal use only. Please do not share with others and use the link to download these bingo cards for your personal use. Feel free to share the post with friends and family so they can download their own bingo cards!

How many different cards are included in the bingo printable?

There are 30 unique cards included in this free Christmas bingo printable! You can play this bingo game in small groups or large groups up to 30 people. If you are playing in a smaller group, just print off the number of bingo cards that you need.

How do I print out the bingo cards?

Scroll down to the box that shows a lock on it and subscribe to my newsletter to receive the bingo cards for free. Once you do that, you can click the image and the PDF will open in a new tab. Click on the symbol in the upper right corner of the screen that looks like a printer. You should be able to print directly from there or save the file to your computer to print at a print shop later.

A printable Christmas Bingo calling card on a pink table with mini ornaments and pine cones on the surface.
A printable Christmas Bingo card on a pink table with a text overlay that says "Click HERE to download the FREE Christmas Bingo Printable!" on the image.
Three 4th of July bingo cards fanned out on a blue table with some red and blue M&Ms covering squares and a small red bowl of calling cards off to the side.

4th of July Bingo

Celebrate Independence Day with our free printable 4th of July Bingo cards! With 30 unique cards, you can enjoy patriotic fun with family and friends. Download now and play this festive game of bingo! It’s so easy to print off on your home printer!
Print Pin Rate
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 20 minutes
Servings: 30 cards

Equipment

  • Color Printer

Supplies

  • 32 sheets 110lb Cardstock, I like 110lb Astrobrite White Cardstock
  • Scissors or paper cutter
  • Bingo daubers, use M&Ms, mini marshmallows, or pennies
  • Laminator and laminating sheets, optional
  • Hat or bowl

Instructions

  • Download the free printable 4th of July bingo sheets. Print them out on a color printer. Be sure to choose “fit” in your printing options to be sure that none of the card gets cut off in your printer.
  • Print two copies of the calling card. Keep one calling card as is. Cut the squares from the other calling card out into individual squares using scissors or a paper cutter. Set those aside in a festive 4th of July hat or bowl.
  • You can laminate the individual bingo cards if you'd like to use them for long-term use.
  • Give all participants 24 bingo daubers. These can be M&Ms, chocolate kisses, mini marshmallows, or even pennies. If you don't want to reuse the bingo cards, you can use a marker or sticker.
  • Let everyone know that the FREE space can be marked off on their sheet. Choose one square from the bowl or hat and call it out. If it's on someone's card, they'll mark it off with a bingo dauber.
  • Once a player gets 5 in a row (either in a row, column or diagonally), they call out BINGO.
  • You can end the game there, or keep playing until you get a 2nd and 3rd place winner.

Notes

To print the 4th of July bingo cards, you will need to subscribe to my newsletter above. Look for the box that has a lock on it and click there. If you don’t see it, click this link. Once you do that, you can click the photo and it will open the PDF printable in a separate window. Click the printer icon in the upper righthand corner to print the printables.

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