Two years ago, I shared a Halloween bingo that I used at our family Halloween party.
At that time, most of the grandkids were quite young. So that bingo only had 3 columns and 3 rows to make it easier for them to play.
Well! It’s amazing how much difference 2 years makes for kids ability to play bingo!
(If someone could tell me why time flies by so fast while these sweet little ones are growing up, I’d greatly appreciate it. Wait! No! Cancel that idea. I’d rather learn how to slow it down instead.)
I decided to make a regular bingo game where the cards have 5 columns and 5 rows. I filled them with fun monsters since I’m not into the creepy, scary kind.
Now, I can’t wait for our family party in a couple of weeks. I think the grandkiddos will enjoy playing bingo with these monsters!
I thought that I would share the bing sheets with you, Dear Reader. If you’re like me, you’re always on the look out for things to do with the grandkids.
I suggest that you print them on cardstock and then laminate or slip them into plastic sheet covers so that you can use them at other times.
These bingo cards are totally free for your personal use. All you have to do is supply the markers — candy corn, M&Ms, or other such candy. Make sure that you have enough to take into consideration that some of it will get eaten!
You could do a variation of the game I have a little dog and he won’t bite you by saying you have a little ‘vampire.’ (You remember how to play that game, don’t you? Of course you do!)
Here’s hoping you have a great Halloween party with your grandkids!