Halloween Bingo – Halloween Party Ideas


Whether you’re planning a kids’ Halloween party at home or at school, this Printable Halloween Bingo Games Sure to be a huge hit! Free printable items include two sizes of bingo cards and a set of bingo tiles. All you need to do is provide the board markers and players!

boy placing marker on halloween bingo

Printable Spooky Bingo for Halloween

I’ve created six different bingo cards to use for your spooky Halloween party. You can choose to print them as full page cards (8.5 x 11) or half page cards (5.5 x 8). Half page cards print two on a sheet to save a little printer ink.

RELATED: Decorate Your Halloween Party With Fun and Easy Googly-Eyed Pom Garland,

kids playing halloween bingo

what you will need:

A stack of bingo cards spread out on the table

Start by downloading the bingo cards of your choice (either full page or half page) and bingo tiles to your computer. Load your color printer with heavy printer paper or cardstock and print the PDF at the highest quality print settings. I recommend using heavyweight paper or cardstock for this project, especially for tiles, so that the pieces can be handled without tearing or crinkling.

Using scissors or a paper trimmer, cut the bingo tiles into 2-inch by 2-inch squares. If you chose to use half-page bingo cards, you will need to cut them in half.

Your scary bingo game is ready to play! Distribute bingo cards and place all the bingo tiles in a hat – a witch’s hat would be perfect! Remove one tile at a time and allow players to cover the corresponding image on their card with a token.

child's hand putting candy on bingo card

You can use traditional bingo chips, scraps of paper, Halloween candy, or stickers to cover the design. Keep dragging tiles until players have five in a row horizontally, vertically or diagonally.

Need some prize ideas?

Pumpkin slime is the perfect homemade reward! Or you can make these spooky eyeball treat bags, jack o’ lantern treat bags, or Halloween treat cups to fill with goodies, like we did with our fun zombie mason jars. Or just take some plain paper bags and decorate them with these printable monster stickers!

This post originally appeared here on August 21, 2019.

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