Looking for a fun game for kids and grownups? Use these adorable Bingo Cards for a fun night with the family. These are perfect for all ages and skill levels, and I’m giving you all the printables for free!
If you’re looking for a fun activity to do with the kids, bingo night can always guarantee you a good time! It’s perfect for kids of all ages and will keep everyone engaged. To make it even more exciting think of small $1-3 prizes for all the wins, wrap them up, print out the bingo cards, and start the party!
This bingo game includes fun riddles that will help your little ones learn more baking-related stuff such as baking utensils, ingredients, and types of treats.
To play, simply print out the cards (I recommend cardstock for durability), and then use colorful bingo chips or markers to keep track of your progress. The first person to get bingo wins! I created 8 unique bingo cards for you to use (that you can download at the bottom of the post), and if you need more you can purchase a set of 24 cards in my shop here. I’m also including the full instructions for you here.
Here’s what you need to play a baking bingo game:
- Bingo Cards: That you can download at the bottom of this post.
- Calling Sheet: Also included within the printable that you can download at the bottom of this post.
- Printer and Scissors: You need a colored printer to print out the cards on cardstock (which is a little thicker than regular paper and holds up better), and a pair of crafts scissors to cut out the calling cards.
- Bag or Bowl: You will need this to put the calling cards during the game.
- Bingo Markers: We use these, but you can use your favorites. If you love stampers, I love this set!
- Prizes: Think of small and simple prizes that you can offer to the winners. I’m including some fun suggestions below.
To start, print out the bingo cards on cardstock or paper. You can find the link to download the bingo cards at the bottom of this post. There are 8 bingo cards included in the printable, so that’s enough for up to 8 people to play. If you need more bingo cards, you can find a set of 30 bingo cards in my shop here.
Once you have printed out the bingo cards, cut out each individual card. Also, cut out the calling cards, and place them in a bowl or a bag.
- To play, have each player choose a bingo card. The first person chosen can start as the bingo caller. They will randomly select a bingo card from the bowl (one at a time), and read aloud the riddle that can be found on the calling card.
- For example, if the bingo caller selects the cookie card, they will read out the cookie riddle out loud and the players will have to guess. If they have that item on their bingo card, they will mark it off with a bingo marker.
- The first person to get bingo (5 in a row, vertical, horizontal, or diagonal line) wins the game! Or you can play for longer crossing out the full card.
Make sure that you explain the game to the kids, so they know when to shout “BINGO”!
If you’re using bingo chips to cover up the cards, these can be cleared after the game and you can start again. But if you’re using bingo markers, you’ll need to print out new bingo cards.
- Cookies: This is a baking bingo game, and wrapping up some cookies is never a bad idea.
- Candy: You can never go wrong with candy! Everyone has a sweet tooth and would love some candy.
As a reminder, the PDF will include:
- 8 unique Baking bingo cards
- Full instructions
- Blank cards to make your own