Free Printable Valentine Bingo Cards to Enjoy With The Kids

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Homeschooling is absolutely perfect for our family but that means no more Valentine’s Day activities for kids at school! So how do we still celebrate these holidays in our home with just as much excitement? I’ve made it easy by creating free printable Valentine bingo cards so you and the kids can have as much fun as they do at school!

There is something about playing bingo that makes my soul smile. It brings back very happy memories of going to the bingo hall with my grandma. This is why playing bingo is always something we will do around the holidays.

Aimed at preschool to early elementary-aged children, but older kids can have fun with this too! This Valentine’s bingo can also be enjoyed in the classroom in small groups of younger children.

free printable valentine bingo cards

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How To Set Up The Valentine’s Bingo Game?

Included are 5 x free printable bingo cards (5×5), and we have also included the images for you to cut out. So you can put them in a hat and pull them out.

This is such a simple game, and yet it is so much fun to play. Scroll to the bottom of the post to grab the free pdf file.

The images are super cute with pictures of hearts, envelopes, roses, and more.

Print out the game (either in color or black and white) we like to use cardstock, but copy paper will work.

valentines day bingo free printable

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 (this is the one we have) and cut out the images (or scissors if you have a steady hand!)

free printable valentine bingo cards for preschoolers

Just cut out the images from the calling cards sheet and add them to a bowl or hat for a fun way to play at Valentine’s Day parties.

Give each child a bingo board. There are 5 different Valentine’s Day bingo cards in total.

The bingo boards are 5×5 with the middle square being a free space.

Give each child a pen (or if you want to make it even more special, these dot markers are just perfect for playing bingo!)

For even more fun (and if you don’t have bingo markers) you can use sweethearts instead. Just place them on the bingo sheet when the picture is called out.

Have fun with a free Valentine’s Day memory game printable too!

How to play Valentine’s bingo in the classroom?

Give each student a bingo card and some markers, such as small candies, buttons, or coins, to cover the squares.

Assign a student or the teacher to be the “caller.” The caller will draw the bingo cards one by one.

Begin calling out the Valentine-related items randomly. For example, “yellow heart with kiss me written in the middle,” “pink rose”.

Students mark the corresponding item on their bingo cards when the announced item matches the one on their card.

The first student to complete a predetermined pattern on their card (such as a full row, column, or diagonal) shouts “Bingo!” to signal they’ve won.

Verify the winning card by checking the marked items against the called items.

Celebrate the winner and consider giving out small Valentine-themed prizes or treats.

Reset the game by collecting the used bingo cards and markers if planning to play multiple rounds.

valentine's day bingo free printable

Valentine Bingo gift ideas

Why not give a little gift to the winner? It just makes it that little bit more special. It doesn’t have to be anything too expensive though.

These are our top 3 bingo gift ideas for Valentine’s Day:

  1. Valentine’s Day stickers can be a charming and inexpensive gift for the winner.
  2. These glitter crayons infused with glittery hues can add sparkle to the recipient’s artistic endeavors, making for a creative and enjoyable gift.
  3. A fun and relaxing treat, these bath bombs not only provide a soothing bath experience but also contain a surprise squishy toy inside, adding an element of excitement and playfulness to the gift.

Discover the best Valentine’s Day gifts for boys!

Other Valentine’s Day fun activities

Discover an abundance of entertaining and educational Valentine’s Day activities that cater to various interests and ages:

  1. Valentine’s Day handprint templates. Engage young ones in a delightful hands-on activity, creating cherished keepsakes through adorable handprint crafts that celebrate the essence of Valentine’s Day.
  2. Printable Valentine’s Day cards to color. Foster creativity and personal expression as kids of all ages enjoy customizing and coloring their unique Valentine’s cards, spreading love in their own special way.
  3. Aid learning and reinforce ABCs in a festive manner with Valentine’s Day alphabet worksheets that infuse Valentine’s spirit into the learning process.
  4. Valentine’s Day scavenger hunt. Embark on an exciting adventure filled with clues and surprises, transforming your celebration into an interactive and exhilarating experience.
  5. Have fun with our free printable Valentine’s coloring pages.
  6. History of Valentine’s Day worksheets. Explore the origins and significance of the holiday through educational worksheets, providing a deeper understanding of the cultural roots of Valentine’s Day celebrations.
Valentine's Day activity bundle


Have fun with free printable Valentine’s placemats too!

Tips for downloading the free files

Below you will see a large sign-up box where you need to add your name and email address, and press I NEED THIS NOW!

Within minutes you will be sent the free PDF directly to your email address, so you can print it out and start using it immediately.

Sometimes emails get a little wonky, so if you can’t see it, please check your spam folder where I am sure it is hiding.

Download the free printable Valentine bingo game

Make sure you choose the correct paper size and click on the shrink to fit button. All of our free printables for kids work better when printed on cardstock (this is the one we use and love.)

Last Updated on 11 January 2024 by homeschoolof1

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