I love playing Bingo! The excitement of waiting on the next marker to be drawn. Having four in a row and hoping that they call the one thing you need to get bingo. With St. Patrick’s Day coming up, I decided to whip up “Lucky Bingo,” free printable St. Patrick’s Day Bingo.
40 cards are included in the bundle. Enough for an entire classroom. Or enough to switch up the cards if a kid is getting grumpy and wants to change.
You can play it like regular bingo.
I numbered the cards and included markers (for drawing) for each of the numbers. Then:
• If you have a small number of players, simply mix the numbers (only include numbers for the cards actually in play) in with the general game pieces. When ever you draw a number, the person with the corresponding board gets to pick any symbol they want to be covered for everyone (for example, draw number 7, the person with board number 7 can pick for everyone to cover up the cupcake symbol).
• If you have a large number of players, place all the numbers in a different bowl. Every once in a while, do a “lucky” draw out of the bowl the numbers. Whatever the number drawn, the person with the corresponding board gets to pick any symbol they want to be covered for everyone (for example, draw number 7, the person with board number 7 can pick for everyone to cover up the cupcake symbol).
That’s a preview of what the first card looks like.
• Print options: regular paper works, but you can also use card stock for sturdier cards.
• The file is in pdf below. It includes 40 cards, a page of markers, and a page of instructions and numbers for playing “Lucky Bingo.”
>>>Click there to download bingo>>>St. Patrick’s Day Bingo
Good luck! And leave a comment letting me know how these work for you.