This free Valentine's Day Bingo Game is such an easy yet cool way to enjoy special holiday fun with your kids.
With cute Valentine's Day themes, you'll have a blast playing this simple game.
Get your free set today plus check out these creative ideas for extending the fun (including an extra game to play!).
Make Valentine's Day for Kids Fun with A Special Activity
Valentine's Day is one of those holidays that you don't have to spend a lot of time or money to make it fun.
This special bingo game will be a fantastic addition to your collection of Valentine's Day fun activities for kids.
If you're planning a special celebration or just want to easily add some fun to the holiday, you'll love this simple bingo game for kids.
My boys and I love playing bingo. There's something exciting about seeing which cards will be drawn, who will make the most matches, and who will be the winner. I also think the addition of candies, stickers, or small toys make bingo super appealing 😉
This year, we'll be using this bingo game as a fun brain break during our Valentine's Day Unit Study. You can use this free bingo game for:
- Classroom party
- Homeschool co-op
- Library events
- Rainy day fun
Creative Ideas for Extending the Fun with This Valentine's Day Bingo Game
If you'd like some cool ways to extend the learning fun with this Valentine's Day bingo game, consider:
- Encouraging your kids to read and spell the Valentine's Day-themed words on the calling cards
- Printing two sets of the calling cards for a fun Valentine's Day Memory Game
- Hiding the calling cards in a room, around your home, or party space for a special Valentine's Day Scavenger Hunt
- Make your own L-O-V-E calling cards by adding those letters to the blank cards included in the printable pack (I left those cards out in case you want a quick game!)
- Keep a tally of the cards called (you may want to make a chart) and then graph your results
Oh, and if you'd like to reuse this bingo game, I highly encourage you to laminate the bingo game cards and calling cards!
Cool Accessories & Resources for Boosting This Bingo Game
Need some ideas for cool bingo markers or prizes?
Sometimes, I send my boys on a hunt around our home for small, relevant objects to use as bingo card markers. I usually have a stash of things like:
700+ Pcs Happy Valentines Day Party Favor Supplies Craft Set (Foam Stickers, Temporary Tattoos, Stampers & Stickers) Perfect for Decorations, Photo Props, Wedding, School Classroom Prizes, Art Craft.JOVITEC 200 Pieces Mini Erasers Assortment Colorful Heart Erasers Novelty Heart Erasers for Party Favors, Homework Rewards, Gift Filling and Art Supplies (Style 1, 200 Pieces)28 Packs Kids Valentines Day Stampers Set Filled Hearts and Valentine’s Day Cards for Classroom Exchange, Kids Stampers Party Favors for Gift Exchange, Game Prizes and Carnivals GiftKESOTE Valentines Day Stamps for Kids, Self Inking Stamps for Valentine Party Favor Goody Bag FillersBrach's Large Conversation Hearts, 14 oz BagValentines Day Lollipops Red Double Heart Shaped Cherry Flavored, Kosher Parve, Individually Wrapped, (Half-Pound)
You can also use these fun things as prizes. Or you can opt to award winners (I usually have something for each participant) prizes like candy bars, a deck of cards, books, or certificates (like extra screen time, family game night, or other creative ideas).
Get Your Free Valentine's Day Bingo Game for Kids
Ready to easily add fun to your Valentine's Day celebration?
This free Valentine's Day Bingo Game includes four pages. Two pages contain four bingo game cards (for a total of eight). Two pages contain a total of 20 calling cards plus 4 blank cards.
I encourage you to print out as many copies of these resources as you need to enjoy with your kids, homeschool co-op, class, or community event. If you have a friend or co-worker who might like to use these fun activities for kids, please share the link to this post. I truly appreciate your sharing!
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