Start out by saving the bingo cards and pictures to your computer. You can use just the colored version, just the black and white version, or both.
- Black and White Bingo Card PDF File
- Black and White Bingo Card JPG File
- Black and White Bingo Pictures PDF File
- Black and White Bingo Pictures JPG File
- Colored Bingo Card PDF File
- Colored Bingo Card JPG File
- Colored Bingo Pictures PDF File
- Colored Bingo Pictures JPG File
For each player, print out one Halloween bingo game card and a page of Halloween bingo game pictures, or both pages if you decide to use them. The player should then make their own unique bingo card by cutting out the pictures and selecting 24 to glue onto the squares of their game card. Instead of gluing a picture in the center square, they should write FREE.
You also need to print out a page (or both pages) of the pictures for the caller to use once you start playing the game. Cut them all out and place them into any container. You may also want to cut small squares from colored paper to use as game markers or use beans.
Start the game by having everyone cover the free space on their bingo cards. The caller should then pull one picture out of the container and show it to all of the players. Any players who have that picture on their bingo card should cover it. The caller should then continue pulling pictures out of the bucket and showing them to everyone.
The game continues in this fashion until someone covers up five pictures in a row either diagonally, vertically, or horizontally. That person should then call out BINGO and the caller should check to make sure that all of the pictures they covered were indeed called. That person is then the winner of the game.