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Sample Bingo boards: road trip, chores, alphabet, road sign. Over 1000 images, make your own6x9 clipboard with attached pen and printable travel activities for kids on trips and errands.

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Bingo is a great way to keep the kids entertained in so many situations. Bingo boards can entertain kids on trips, at restaurants, and at siblings' sporting events. They can also be great motivators for things like chores, fitness, and reading. I like to keep some pre-printed bingo boards clipped into a kid-sized clipboard in my purse (along with some other fun printed activities) so I can pull them out when I need them. All the Bingo boards also work on a phone now too!

If you need some ideas for how to use these boards, check out the Rules. There are some great ideas in there!

Below are some bingo boards you can try right now for free, along with ideas on how they can be used for some added learning. You can also click here to make your own!

  • Teaches:
    • Letters, numbers, and symbols
    • Reading simple words
    • Travel safety
    • Airport signs and navigation
    • See more

  • Teaches:
    • Cooking
    • Cleaning
    • Laundry
    • Yard care
    • Responsibility
    • Sense of accomplishment
    • How to play

  • Get the whole family moving:
    • Generates ideas
    • Aim for 5 in a row in one week
    • Try for a black out in a month, or see how many you can do, and beat it the next week
    • Make it a family affair and do these activities together
    • More ideas

  • Grocery bingo promotes letter recognition and simple reading skills. Aim for a BINGO, or black out the whole board on longer trips. For a challenge, kids can count how many they find of each item.
    See more ideas

  • Teaches:
    • Letters, numbers, and symbols
    • Reading simple words
    • Observation

  • Teaches:
    • Letters, numbers, and symbols
    • Road signs
    • Reading simple words
    • Observation

  • Teaches:
    • Rules of the road
    • Speed limits on side streets vs highways
    • How yield signs and center turn lanes work
    • White vs yellow vs brown vs green signs

  • Teaches:
    • Letters, numbers, and symbols
    • Rules of the game
    • Reading simple words

  • Teaches:
    • Letters, numbers, and symbols
    • Rules of the game
    • Reading simple words

  • This is a super fun way to encourage kids to read. Challenge them to get a BINGO in any direction, or even wipe out the whole board. You can also easily edit this board with your own challenges. Read more

  • This is a super fun way to encourage kids to read. Challenge them to get a BINGO in any direction, or even wipe out the whole board. You can also easily edit this board with your own challenges. Read more

  • Studies show that walking to school helps kids concentrate during the day. It also reduces traffic, is great exercise, and helps the environment! This bingo board is a great way to encourage them to walk! Try it with a kid-sized clipboard.

  • Teaches:
    • Letters, numbers, and symbols
    • Rules of the game
    • Reading simple words

  • Teaches:
    • Letters, numbers, and symbols
    • Rules of the game
    • Reading simple words

  • A bored board can help inspire creative play. Have your kids try to get a BINGO, or black out the whole board. Read more

  • Teaches:
    • Find each letter on a sign. Try lower and upper case letters.
    • Make it harder by requiring it to be the first letter in the word.
    • Write it down for writing/spelling practice.
    • More ideas for older kids

  • Interacting with words in different contexts helps spelling words truly sink in. Play BINGO, trade boards between games, let the kids take turns calling out the words, have them spell the words out loud for some auditory reinforcement.

  • Animal bingo in french offers some simple vocabulary practice. Aim for a BINGO, or black out the whole board on longer trips. For a challenge, kids can count how many they find of each item.
    See more ideas

  • Teaches:
    • Letters, numbers, and symbols
    • Rules of the game
    • Reading simple words

  • Concert bingo can help siblings to recognize different instruments, music symbols, and even open up discussions about appropriate audience behavior and etiquette!

  • Grocery bingo in tagalog offers some simple vocabulary practice. Aim for a BINGO, or black out the whole board on longer trips. For a challenge, kids can count how many they find of each item.
    See more ideas

  • Grocery bingo in spanish offers some simple vocabulary practice. Aim for a BINGO, or black out the whole board on longer trips. For a challenge, kids can count how many they find of each item.
    See more ideas

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