Thanksgiving Bingo is a simple and fun game to play with the entire family. Check out these free Thanksgiving bingo cards that you can print and play with your friends and loved ones. This activity is a great Thanksgiving party game for classroom parties too! Check out this Thanksgiving Scavenger Hunt if you are eager to explore the outdoors with your kids. Grab this Holiday Photo Bingo for a fun spin on Bingo.
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How to play Thanksgiving Bingo
There are so many different ways to play bingo. The same can be said for Thanksgiving bingo. Print out all the different cards and two copies of the calling sheet. Cut the different items out on the calling sheet and place them in a bowl. Each player gets one bingo card. The player can use a pen to mark off when their items are called out. If you plan on reusing the bingo cards, consider getting them laminated and use dry-erase markers. Another option is to use bingo markers such as coins or small items to indicate when a square has been filled by the person drawing items from the bowl. The person calling out the items tells the players which Bingo version they will play prior to drawing the cards out of the bowl.
Here are the most popular ways to play bingo:
- Traditional Bingo – Players who fill a row, column, or diagonal can call Bingo!
- Four Corners – Players must fill the squares that are the four corners of the bingo card to win.
- Full House – Players must fill all squares on the card to win.
- Letter Patterns – Players must fill the squares to indicate a particular letter, Popular letters are W, Z, E, L, and X.
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