Thanksgiving Bingo Cards

Thanksgiving Bingo Cards

Playing Bingo at holiday parties became an enjoyable tradition for our family, and I’d plenty of fun putting this Thanksgiving Bingo set. With your game being mostly images, it’s easy for children of all ages to play. This will be an enjoyable way to pass the time whilst your family is waiting to be prepared!

– Just like my Halloween Bingo, I’m sure this model is a Thanksgiving party that is hit to play in a school. We’ve been having a fantastic time playing as an action as my daughter is not in school. I have assembled a version which will make it possible for everyone to personalize their own card to help solve this issue without having to make a bunch of card designs.

Print out the Do yourself Thanksgiving Bingo Set that comes together with the calling cards, all 24 Bingo pieces, and a card. Print out the Bingo pieces on cardboard or regular copy paper, as well as the cards on cardstock. By following the lines cut the Bingo pieces. The pieces you want on the card Elmer or stick’s until the spaces are covered. This will be a fun activity for older children to do all on their very own. My daughter had no problem gluing down the pieces, although Younger kids will need some help with the cutting. – Game Instructions – 1.

Pick some kind of object to mark your squares: candy corn, beans, M&Ms, smarties, wrapped candy, cereal, or any other small items work great! – 2. Give each participant a Bingo card and markers. Have each player puts a marker over the free space. The caller can draw a calling piece and declare the item on the card. Each participant will pay for that item on their card with a mark. Once a participant has 5 boxes covered in a row, they call out BINGO! And win the game! – Some things you should know before downloading: Artsy Fartsy Mama printable are for PERSONAL USE ONLY.

You might NOT modify, re sell, redistribute, or claim of the design as your very own. Please do not remove the credits/watermarks. If you post this on the internet, credit must be given to Artsy Fartsy Mama & linked back to my blog. Download Instructions: On of the top left under File, click the Download option. A pop-up ad should appear. Ensure that the Save File option is selected, then click on Okay to download. To extend the life of the prints, I will recommend printing of the Bingo cards and calling bits on cardstock and laminating.