St. Patrick's Day Bingo
Difficulty: Very Easy
These St. Patrick's Day bingo cards can be printed off for any number of children. The cards refresh on the screen with random numbers.
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.
For more lucky ideas, check out our entire selection of kid's St. Patrick's Day crafts.
What you'll need:
- Printer paper or card stock (print off on light green paper if desired)
- Printable bingo cards (see below)
- Green-colored candies or other markers (see tips for ideas)
- Clear self-adhesive shelf paper (recommended: Con-Tact paper) or laminate (optional)
- Cardboard (optional)
- Glue, optional
How to make it:
Print a page of St. Patrick's Day Lucky Bingo cards
If you experience printing problems: Try to use the 'shrink to fit' print option to get them to print on the page. Or try changing the font size to something smaller by going to the "View" menu in your browser and increase or decrease the 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 refresh your browser. 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 clear self-adhesive paper or laminate to be able to reuse the cards again next year.
- Print a page of bingo numbers. HINT: Print off on card stock 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).
- 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
- Number markers can be holiday candy, punched circles from card stock, flat buttons, or any small item of which you have a multitude!