Snag this free Easter bingo 3 x 3 printable for coloring! Comes with 15 unique game card boards.
- An easy Easter bingo game with black and white images and words to use with toddlers, preschool kindergarten, and first grade students
- Use as an early childhood education classroom activity to teach kids how to read, school for beginner ESL students, or other simple Easter activity idea for a group gathering in the spring
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How to Play Easter Spring Bingo for Coloring [3x3 Grid]
- Free 3 x 3 Easter Bingo Printable for coloring with words and pictures in black and white
- Bingo markers or chips go simple with a pen or be more festive with jelly beans or other themed item to mark off items on the bingo card; 2 versions of printable markers are also included in freebie file
- Calling card for host to use to call out items from game card
- Jar or container for host to hold chips to call out squares optional
- Crayons or colored pencils or markers
- Print and cut out 5x7 bingo cards. Each sheet contains 2 cards.
- One of the PDF pages includes 2 different calling cards. All cards on the left use the same set of 9 items while all the cards on the right use a different set of 9 items.For the calling card, cut out each individual square token to put in a jar/container that the host will pick out each turn.
- Prepare chips, markers, or objects for players to keep track of what’s been called on their bingo game board.Each player should have their own set of markers. Use the printable bingo chips included in the PDF file, or get creative with festive items such as jelly beans or M&Ms.
Bingo Game in Play
- Pass out Easter bingo printable and bingo markers to participants.
- Decide how Bingo will be determined. You may try 3 in a row (vertically, horizontally, or diagonally), 2 rows, a square border or some other variation.Note that blackout bingo will not work if you are playing to win since game cards include the same images.
- One person will need to serve as the Bingo Caller who will pick out the tokens and make the calls. This person should make sure that other players cannot see what is inside the jar/container.
- When the game is ready to be started, the Bingo Caller can draw the first token. Read what it is, show the token and/or provide a description so people can find it on their card. Wait until everyone has marked the box on their card.
- The Bingo Caller should display the call tokens for people to reference easily and then draw a new token. Players should check the new image on their cards to mark off. Game continues as so for each round.
- The first person to get Bingo should indicate so by shouting, "Bingo!". Or, change the winning phrase to shout to match this April occasion, such as "Eggs-cellent!" or "Eggs-citing!".
- Let folks color their cards before or after the bingo game as another enjoyable, optional activity.
Easter Bingo Game for Early Readers
Content and/or features: This Easter bingo board contains a 3x3 grid. There is no free space on this game board.
There are 2 sets of game cards. All cards on the left share the same 9 items and all cards on the right share a different set of 9 things.
The first set of 9 black and white items on each card:
- Egg with spots
- Egg with wavy stripes
- Basket of flowers
- Rabbit on a bike
- Chick in an egg
- Bunny's bottom
- Egg-shaped house
The second set of 9 black and white items on each card:
- Egg with dots
- Egg with zigzag lines
- Easter basket with cute emoji face
- Chick on a bike
- Rabbit pulling a wagon
- Bunny ears
Color: This printable is in black and white and contains outlined images that is meant for coloring. Short word text descriptions are also provided for each picture. It is printer-friendly in grayscale.
Format and/or number of pages: Game boards are 5 x 7 inches. There are two cards per 8.5 x 11 inch sheet as a non-editable PDF. Cut lines are provided for your convenience.
Note: For the calling card, simply cut out all 18 squares on a single page (which contains 2 card with 9 images each).
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