Difficulty: Very Easy
These PIZZA BINGO cards can be printed off for any number of people. The cards refresh on the screen with random numbers. Be sure to check back for BINGO cards for holidays too! Don't forget the prizes!
Note: In our version of a Bingo game you do not call off the letters. Print the numbers sheet below and only call the numbers. The same numbers sheet can be used with any of our Bingo games
What you'll need:
- Printer paper or cardstock
- Printable BINGO cards (see below)
- Con-Tact paper or laminate, optional
- Cardboard, optional
- Glue, optional
Pizza Markers (optional):
- Tan construction or cardstock weight paper
- Red construction or cardstock weight paper
- Yellow construction or cardstock weight paper
- 1/2 inch Paper punch
- 3/4 inch Paper punch
- 1 inch Paper punch
- Glue stick
How to make it:
- Print a page of PIZZA BINGO cards.
If you experience printing problems:
All computers and printers handle printing from the internet differently.
Mac users can use 'shrink to fit' print option to get them to print on the page.
PC users can try two things:
First try changing the font size to something smaller and try again. In Explorer, use the "View - text zoom" menu, in Netscape "View - decrease font size". If that fails to help, you can print the page in 'landscape' mode and get two complete cards per page instead of four.
- Now hit refresh (Internet Explorer = F5, Netscape = Ctrl+R). The page now displays new random numbers!
- Print the page again.
- Be sure to print off enough playing cards for each child to have one.
- If desired, cover with Con-Tact paper or laminate to be able to reuse the cards again next year.
- Print a page of BINGO numbers. HINT: Print off on cardstock or glue to cardboard to give the numbers stability.
- Cut the numbers apart on the lines.
- Place the numbers in a bowl.
- Give each child a BINGO card and a handful of markers (see tips below).
- If desired, read below for the instructions on how to make Pizza markers.
- Reach into the bowl, call out a number and the children place a marker on the number if it appears on their card.
- Play the game just like regular BINGO. Play for 5 in a row across, down, diagonally, or even play blackout by covering all the numbers on the card.
- Have fun and be sure to check back for additional BINGO cards at Kids Domain's Craft Exchange!
- Punch a page of tan circles using the 1 inch hole punch.
- Punch a page of red circles using the 3/4 inch hole punch.
- Punch a page of yellow circles using the 1/2 inch hole punch.
- Using the glue stick, coat one side of a red circle and then center on a tan circle. Press in place.
- Repeat for the rest of the red circles.
- Using the glue stick, coat one side of a yellow circle and then center on a red circle. Press in place.
- Repeat for the rest of the yellow circles.
- Pick up one completed "pizza". Cut the pizza in half to make 2 pieces.
- Cut each piece in half again. You will have 4 pieces cut from 1 pizza. This makes your markers.
- Cut the rest of the "pizzas" in the same fashion.
- Have fun with your pizza markers!
Number markers can be candy, punched circles from cardstock, flat buttons, or any small item that you have a multitude of! If you are only going to use the cards once, use birthday stickers to cover the numbers as the numbers are called.
If you have a Mac, please choose "shrink pages to fit" option. Note: All computers and printers handle printing from the internet differently. If you have troubles getting 4 cards to print on a page in portrait mode, and do not have an option on your printer to "shrink pages to fit", try printing in landscape to get 2 cards per page.