This Christmas Alphabet Bingo Game is a great way to revise alphabet learning with preschool or kindergarten age learners at home or school.
The great thing about a game of bingo is that it is easily played with players of all ages, making it the perfect game for your holiday family gathering. Being a classic game with simple rules, it’s an easy game to just sit down and play together.
Bingo is also fun for Christmas parties, family game night and as a classroom literacy activity.
Printable Christmas 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.
How to play Bingo:
- You will need a prepared set of the Christmas Bingo game plus tokens for each player to use to cover the letters on their bingo board – e.g. buttons, Lego bricks, counters, mini erasers, etc. You could even use miniature candy canes or other Christmas lollies and candies!
- 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!’ and win the round.
- Alternatively, for a shorter game, the first person to cover an entire row or column wins the round.
Printing Your Christmas Alphabet Bingo Game
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Christmas Alphabet Bingo Game. Save the PDF to your computer. Open the PDF to print.
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For more free, printable alphabet learning activities, grab a copy of our alphabet mazes and alphabet memory matching game.