Thanksgiving is going to be here in the blink of an eye! I get so excited around the holidays I am like a big kid! There is something special about Thanksgiving in our home as it is my husband’s birthday at the end of November too. So this year I wanted to add even more fun, so I have created 9 free Thanksgiving bingo cards for you to print out and enjoy with your little people.
This is a perfect activity for the classroom, in your homeschool, or just with friends and family. We absolutely love playing bingo it brings back childhood memories for me, and it is such a fun and easy game to play.
Included are 9 x smaller bingo cards (3×3) and we have also included the images for you to cut out. So you can put them in a hat and pull them out.
These are perfect for younger children, but if you are playing with older children why not give them multiple boards to play with at once!
I think you are also going to love our free Thanksgiving memory game printable.
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This Thanksgiving game is such a simple game, and yet it is so much fun to play.
Print out the game (either in color or black and white) we like to use cardstock, but any printer paper will work.
For a more professional look (and so you can use it next year!) I highly recommend a laminator. If you’re anything like me you probably laminate everything anyway!
Grab your paper trimmer and cut out the images (or scissors if you have a steady hand!). Just cut out the images sheet and not the sheets that say Thanksgiving Bingo on them as they are used as the boards to give to the kids.
Put the images into a hat or a cornucopia.
Give each child a bingo board (if they are older give them at least 2 boards). There are 9 different boards in total, but if you are using multiple boards just point out more copies. Just make sure to not give the same player both of the same boards.
Give each child a pen (or if you want to make it even more special, these dot markers are just perfect for playing bingo!)
When everyone knows the rules of the game, start playing and see who gets to shout bingo first.
Let’s have some math fun with this free Thanksgiving graph, color, and count worksheets. With numbers 1-10.
Thanksgiving Bingo Cards Free Printable
Make sure you choose the correct paper size and click on the shrink to fit button. All of our printables work better when printed on cardstock (this is the one we use and love.)
For even more free bingo printables check out:
Last Updated on 2 August 2022 by homeschoolof1