17 Best Free, Printable Christmas Bingo Games the Whole Family Can Enjoy
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Between festive holiday feasts and a frenzy of gift giving and unwrapping, Christmas gatherings come with built-in entertainment for groups of all ages. But you can take the fun even further — and encourage old-fashioned analog togetherness, away from screens and devices — with a slate of wholesome party games at the ready. One perennial crowd pleaser that works for preschoolers, little kids, teens, adults and seniors alike? Well, that would be Christmas bingo, of course!
It takes little advanced prep to pull together the gear you need for Christmas bingo, but our list of the best free Christmas bingo cards includes a wide range of printable styles to get you going in no time — and all of them are totally free. For the littlest players, choose cards with pictures only — no reading required. For older kids and grownups, pick from all kinds of specialty cards, including ones focused on Christmas movies, Christmas songs and more. (There’s even a cheeky board meant just for the introverts — if you know, you know!) Encourage a little healthy competition with small items to mark spots, and even prizes for the winners.
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These Christmas bingo cards feature pictures only — no reading, which means it’s perfect for all ages. The free printable comes with 35 different cards and five-by-five game boards, so it works for playing both traditional bingo and blackout bingo, too.
Available in both English and Spanish, print these cards for a bilingual crowd or as a fun educational tool for language learners.
With 20 printable bingo cards bearing cheerful Christmas symbols and messages, this free download is ideal for a classroom or kids’ party setting.
Invite a few of your Hallmark-loving friends over and then pass out these cards before you press play on "Countdown to Christmas." As you watch, keep your eyes peeled for the clichés spelled out on this card (think: a grumpy boss appears).
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This free Christmas bingo printable includes an array of seasonal pictures that are easily recognizable — making it great for kids of all ages, no reading necessary. To play, you'll need a host who pulls different images from a bag.
You know who you are! This cheeky Christmas bingo game includes scenarios to which introverts can well relate. Think squares for things like “listened to Christmas music with headphones,” and “sat quietly in the glow of holiday lights.”
This Christmas bingo game riffs on timeless holiday music favorites like "Jingle Bell Rock," "Frosty the Snowman" and "It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas." As soon as you hear one, you fill in a space.
For a more modern take, look to this card, which features favorite Christmas songs from Wham!, Kelly Clarkson and Mariah Carey.
These bingo cards feature squares evoking some of the most classic holiday movies of all time. Think Scrooged, Miracle on 34th Street, A Christmas Carol, It’s a Wonderful Life and more.
These Christmas bingo printables have a chevron backdrop and quaint graphics for a sweet, vintage-inspired game board.
Print these Nightmare Before Christmas-themed bingo cards, and you’ll have a game night fit for fall and winter.
If you live in a cold-weather climate — or just want to channel one to get in the holiday spirit — print these Christmas bingo boards with the theme of all things snow.
These polka-dot bingo boards are perfect for an all-ages crowd, including class parties, holiday-time birthday celebrations or any other kid-friendly fêtes.
Definitely consider laminating these Christmas bingo cards: They’re classic and timeless, which makes them perfect for bringing out year after year.
Up the ante on Christmas bingo with “singo” instead. This game gets the whole family singing and moving. The site has two ways to play, both equally fun.
Use red and green M&M’s — or your favorite holiday candy — to mark the spots on these festive Christmas bingo boards.
These Christmas bingo boards include squares filled with simple words and pictures, making them a great option for party guests of all ages and reading levels.
To play Christmas bingo, first buy or print out your chosen card set. (Pro tip: Laminate them for enduring play, season after season.) Give each player a card as well as a set of markers. Players start by putting a marker on their “free” space right off the bat. The caller then chooses cards blindly one at a time (placed upside down on a table, or from a bag), and players with the matching spot on their card get to mark each one as they go. Continue until someone gets a bingo — meaning a complete line across, down, or diagonally. You may choose to end the game after the first player calls bingo, or you may keep going to determine runner-up winners.
To play with gifts, invite each guest to bring a wrapped gift, or wrap a selection of your own token prizes beforehand. Each winner gets to pick a gift from the prize pile in order as they call bingo.
Make Christmas bingo extra fun and exciting — especially for kids — by using holiday candies as markers. Think peppermints, Hershey Kisses, or M&Ms in festive hues. Let the kids keep the candies in the end, so everyone is a winner. If you don’t want to play with candies, consider cheerful markers like pompoms, mini bows or buttons.