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Christmas Bingo- Free Printable

Christmas Bingo is one of our favorite holiday traditions- it’s great fun for everyone from small children to older adults.  These free bingo cards are perfect for a class party or to keep little ones busy while cooking!

Christmas bingo printable on a table with scissors and ribbon

Whether you’re looking for something fun to do together as a family… something to keep the kiddos busy while you frantically wrap last minute presents… or an easy game for your kid’s class party- this Christmas Bingo free printable will do the job!

Sample Holiday Bingo Card

These free bingo cards feature easily recognizable holiday characters like a stocking, gingerbread man, santa, ornaments, and more.  There are ten different cards included in the set.  If you need more cards, I recommend playing in smaller groups or breaking the play up into different rounds.  Or print as many as you need and have multiple winners each round!

Christmas Bingo- 10 FREE Printable Cards #christmas

Bingo Markers

There’s tons of bingo marker options for this holiday bingo set.  We typically use candy because it is the easiest and, obviously, the kids enjoy it!  Some of our favorite candy options are:

  • Individually wrapped Hershey kisses
  • Individually wrapped peppermints
  • Red and green M&Ms

Keep in mind the age of the kiddos playing as some small or hard candies may not be appropriate.  Individually wrapped candy is less messy and better for class parties.  I save candies like M&Ms or Skittles for when it is only family playing. #germs #stickyfingers

Christmas bingo printable with candy markers

Non-Candy Bingo Marker Options

  • Holiday erasers
  • Jingle bells
  • Macaroni noodles (can even be dyed red and green)

small square bingo callers on a table

Christmas Bingo Callers

Print out an extra Christmas bingo sheet and cut out the squares to make the callers.  Toss them all in a cup or container and use that to draw randomly.  Note: there is not a designated “call sheet” – instead print out an extra card and cut out the squares.

close up of bingo callers

Print Here: Free Printable Christmas Bingo Game

When you click the link above a PDF will open in a new window.  In the upper right hand corner you should see a printer button.  Click the printer and another window will pop up that should connect to your printer.

directions of how to print bingo cards

More Ways to Use this Christmas Bingo Printable

This holiday bingo printable can also be used as a matching game or memory game.  To play:

  • Print out one sheet of bingo cards (two cards per sheet)
  • Cut out the bingo cards
  • For matching: Leave one card whole and cut out the smaller squares of the second card.  Match the small squares to the bingo card.
  • For memory: Cut out all of the small squares, place them face down, and take turns turning over to make pairs.

little boy sitting at a table playing Christmas bingo

Looking for more free Christmas printables?

Download my free Christmas Word Search Printable:

Free Christmas Word Search Printable

 


Published December 24, 2013. Updated December 20, 2018.

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Marijke

Saturday 26th of December 2020

Thank you very much! This will surely make our Christmas merrier!

Linda

Sunday 13th of December 2020

Wanted to use these for a Brownies Christmas party but really disappointed to realise the cards are all the same just different layouts. That's not how Bingo works. All would be winners. Waste of ink. :(

Adam Capeling

Sunday 20th of December 2020

This is not bingo as we know it, everyone gets a full house at the same time. Wasted my ink too!

Emily Grace

Monday 14th of December 2020

They wouldn't all be winners because the layout is different. If you draw a candy cane, an elf, a gingerbread man, and a santa... not every card has those in the same row or column, so they will not all be winners.

Sue

Saturday 12th of December 2020

The only problem is everyone will win at the same time as you all have the same picture ?

Emily Grace

Saturday 12th of December 2020

Hi Sue, there are ten different cards so not all of the pictures are in the same location.

Stella marie

Tuesday 3rd of December 2019

Is there typically only one winner per each round when using the original 10 cards? Thank you!

Cheryl

Wednesday 19th of December 2018

How do you play the game?

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