Celebrate the spring season with this free printable spring bingo game! Perfect for young children in preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school. Learn all about this time of year in a fun and interactive way!
From puddle jumping to spring flowers this set of eight bingo cards are filled with signs of the season.
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Bright and colorful images featuring common springtime objects and weather events!
A wonderful spring activity for you to do with your kids. Print and Go learning resources are low prep and can be used for multiple years.
Directions for how to access a PDF version of the spring bingo game can be found at the bottom of this post.
Skills to Practice
- Making Observations
- Color Recognition
- Fine Motor Skills
- Oral Language
- Working Together
Not only is bingo a fun game, but it lets your young children practice important skills. From making observations, building vocabulary, to working together bingo is so much more than just a fun game!
Playing games together is a great way for kids practice oral language and working through problems all while having fun.
Bingo Cards for Young Children
I designed these cards with preschoolers, kindergarten, and elementary aged kids in mind.
Each bingo card only features nine images instead of the traditional twenty five. An easy way to get little learners involved without overwhelming them with too many images.
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Filled with easy to recognize objects and events that represent the season. Clouds, raindrops, rainbow, umbrella tulips, duckling, baby birds in a nest, rain boots, a tree blooming, a butterfly, and more!
Not only will your kids recognize each of the items, but this game is a fun way to practice color recognition! Yellow umbrella, purple flowers, red rain boots, and blue clouds.
Calling cards include a picture of the image, vocabulary word, and the main colors found within the image!
Making observations and classification are both important skills for young learners to practice.
- Markers: Glass stones, plastic chips, pom-poms, or any type of household item can be used.
- Scissors or Paper Cutter: use to cut out the calling cards
- Bowl or Basket: to place the calling cards
- Printer Paper: regular printer paper or even cardstock
- Laminator (optional): a great way to keep the cards in good condition for multiple years of use.
- Clear Plastic Sheets (optional): if you do not have a laminator, placing each card within a protective sheet will keep them protected for longer use.
- Baggie or Container: you will also want a place to store away all of the pieces in between uses.
How to Play Spring Bingo
- Cut out the calling cards and place them in a bowl
- Let each child select one Bingo card
- Randomly select a calling card from the bowl
- If the object is on your Bingo card, mark it off
- Continue until someone has three in a row
- Shout "BINGO" once you mark off three objects in a row
Since this game has nine spaces instead of the traditional 25, your kids will have Bingo once they get three in a row.
Straight in a line up and down, or diagonally across the card.
You can even play black out and wait until the entire bingo card has been marked off.
Another fun variation is to go around the card and mark off the perimeter to make a square. Or even try to get all four corners crossed off.
How to Protect Bingo Cards
The great thing about this game is your kids can play it over and over again. To keep cards protected, laminating them is a great option.
Once laminated, your kids can write on the cards using dry erase markers. Then use a rag to wipe them clean once done.
Another option is to place cards with a clear plastic sleeve. Similar to laminating, your child can write right on the plastic. You can then store away the cards using a three ring binder in between uses.
Additional Spring Activities for Kids
Warm weather, flowers blooming, and birds chirping- there is so much to love about the spring!
Head outside with these bingo cards or any of the activities on the list below to get some much needed fresh air. Or use them indoors during those rainy spring days!
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As a mom I love having a few activities ready to go when we need to change up our routine. I strive to create engaging printables, crafts, and activities that you and your kids with love!
These printables were created by Nature Inspired Learning and are for personal use only for your home or classroom. All of these free Spring Bingo cards are for non-commercial use. See full disclosure. Have questions, send me an email at julie (at) natureinspiredlearning (dot) com
- 8 Unique Bingo Cards with Realistic Images
- 1 Set of Calling Cards