This Halloween Alphabet Bingo Game is such a fun way to revise alphabet learning with preschool or kindergarten aged learners at home or school. With eight game boards included, it makes a great literacy group game.
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Printable Halloween Alphabet Bingo Game
This printable bingo game includes 8 different game boards and a set of calling cards. Download and printing instructions are included at the bottom of this post.
Prepare your game;
- Print the game boards and calling cards onto matte photo paper or lightweight cardstock
- Cut calling cards apart.
- Laminate game boards and cards for added durability.
- You will need a prepared set of the Halloween Bingo game and tokens for players to use to cover each picture on their board – e.g. buttons, Lego bricks, counters, mini erasers, etc.
- Shuffle the calling cards well and stack them in a pile face down on the table.
- A caller can be nominated or players can take turns to turn over the top calling card from the pile.
- If a player has the item shown on the calling card on their individual game board they place a token over the picture.
- Once a player has covered all items pictured on their individual game board they call ‘BINGO!’ (or maybe BOOOO-NGO!) and win the round.
- Alternatively, for a shorter game, the first person to cover an entire row or column wins the round.
Looking for printable alphabet resources for independent work, check out our Alphabet Mazes and Alphabet Matching Puzzles.
Printing Your Halloween Alphabet Bingo Game
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Halloween Alphabet Bingo Game. Save the PDF to your own computer. Open the PDF to print.
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Check out our fun collection of Alphabet Books that teach much more than the ABCs!