Halloween Bingo


Get your free printable for a Halloween bingo for little kids.Psssst! Wanna know where to get free, printable Halloween Bingo cards?

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Here is a set of 12 Halloween Bingo cards that you can print up for your Halloween party with your grandkids.

Of course, you’ll need the key, too. (I’ve done all the work so you don’t have to. Aren’t I nice?)

Simply print up the cards, get Halloween candy for markers, and you are all set for this activity. (Make sure you buy enough candy to use as markers and enough to be consumed during play . Voice of experience here . . . )

Speaking of consuming, make some of these Spider Legs treats for your party. While they may look creepy, they taste yummy.

These spider leg treats are super easy to make for your Halloween party!

Chocolate Spider Legs

1 cup milk chocolate chips
1/2 cup REESEā€™S Peanut Butter Chips
1 tablespoon shortening (do not use butter, margarine, spread or oil)
1-1/2 cups (3-oz. can) chow mein noodles, coarsely broken
red hot candies

Place milk chocolate chips, peanut butter chips and shortening in medium microwave-safe bowl. Microwave at 50% power for 1 minute. Stir until chips are melted and mixture is smooth.

Dump in chow mein noodles. Stir to coat. Drop by teaspoons on waxed paper. Press 2 red hot candies on for the eyes.

Yields about 2 dozen clumps of chocolatey spider legs.

Thanks for sharing!

8 thoughts on “Halloween Bingo

  • Nina Lewis Post author

    Hi Kaitlyn,

    If the three-year-old has someone to help point out things in the bingo picture being ‘called’ and if people aren’t in a rush, I think that a three-year-old could play this Halloween bingo. At least my three-year-old grandkids could. Good luck!

    Nina

  • Kaitlyn

    Do you have any idea what age range bingo starts being good for kids? I have to say I’ve never tried to play Bingo with my three year old, but this is super inviting!

  • Lindsey B

    This is Genius! I never thought of doing this recipe this way. Growing up we always made haystacks but with food coloring for different colors. I never thought of putting chocolate in with it to make it like spiders! Great post. Thanks again for the link up!

  • Jann Olson

    I have a Halloween bingo game and make those chocolate spiders as well. The grands love both!! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

  • Jessie

    Thank you so much for the printable bingo game. The whole family had fun playing it over the weekend when our two grandsons were visiting. It was a hit!

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