Get ready to shriek with delight with these 180 Halloween bingo cards that are entirely free to download and print! These bingo cards promise a spooktacular and interactive Halloween-themed game, ideal for both young and old alike, and are perfect for both the classroom and at home!
This collection includes Halloween bingo cards in 3×3 grid, 4×4 grid, and 5×5 grid formats (including half-page layouts) to cater to all age groups. Each set also includes 30 unique bingo cards that can be handed out in a classroom or within large groups at home!
On these eerie cards, you’ll encounter whimsical witches, thirsty vampires, Halloween treats, classic monsters, black cats, jack-o-lanterns, haunted houses, and many more Halloween-themed elements! Get ready to sink your fangs into some fun!
To download any of these bingo sets, simply click on any of the below images of links that will then open the PDF set that is then free to download and print!
Note: Each page also comes with attached instructions and the names of each icon for calling out.
How To Play Halloween Bingo
Step 1: Download and Print the Cards
Once you’ve downloaded your bingo cards, print them out on sturdy cardstock or regular paper if you plan to use the cards just once.
Step 2: Distribute the Cards
Once the cards are printed, hand them out to each of your guests. If you have more than 30 guests, you can pair them up, turning the game into a social activity and a chance for your guests to bond.
Alternatively, you can also use our half-page options, which have 60 unique cards for very large groups!
Step 3: Explain the Rules
Bingo is a straightforward game that even kids can easily grasp. The objective is to be the first to get five spaces in a row (or 3 or 4 if using the cards with smaller grids), either horizontally, vertically, or diagonally.
When you call out an item (or draw from a pile of Halloween-themed cards), players look for that item on their card and mark it if they find it.
Step 4: Play the Game
Now comes the fun part – playing the game! You can assign someone to be the caller, or take turns to make it even more engaging.
Remember to keep the pace slow enough so everyone has a chance to find the called-out item on their card.
Step 5: Declare a Winner
The first person (or team) to get five spaces in a row and shout ‘Bingo’ wins. To keep the fun going, you can have several rounds and various prizes for winners.
Not only does Halloween Bingo inject fun and laughter into your holiday gathering, but it also provides an opportunity to teach children about the tradition and symbols of Halloween.
So, why wait? Download our printable Halloween Bingo cards now and bring a new tradition to your Halloween table.