Valentine’s Bingo – Free Printable Download

Download 13 unique bingo cards in 3 different designs. I initially created these Valentine’s day bingo cards for a Valentine’s day party we had for my daughter last year.  It was an easy, fun activity for the kids to play to win a few party prizes.  I love the simplicity of bingo – it is easy for young children to understand the rules and to participate and interesting for older kids and adults as well.

I am thankful for Valentine’s day holiday.  It is a nice understated, yet fun holiday to break-up the winter “blah” feeling.  Last year we decided to throw a Valentine’s party for Bree’s friends, so we had about 14 kids to entertain and keep busy for 2 hours on a Friday afternoon.  We had pizza, decorated sugar cookies, made a craft, and played a couple games including Valentine’s bingo.  It was a fun afternoon.

Valentine’s Bingo

There are 3 different designs available to download – for FREE!  Have a fun evening with your family, throw a cousin’s party, invite some of your children’s closest friends – whatever you do, have fun and enjoy some time with those you love.

The cards are sized 5″ x 7″ and can be printed using card stock at home or at your favorite printer.  I printed my bingo cards at Costco and then had them laminated so I can reuse them. <<I recently ran out of ink for my printer.  I used to buy generic brand ink from a site online.  I decided to check out my favorite site – Amazon.com – and they had the name brand ink for an even better deal.  It was much less than I can get it for at Costco and it was the same price as what I can get the generic ink for and I got free 2 day shipping with prime.  Woot Woot!>>  For number markers, we used conversation hearts but any candy would work – M&M’s, Valentine’s candy corn, etc.

XOXO Valentine’s Bingo Cards – Free Printable

Elegant Valentine’s Bingo Cards – Free Printable

Stripes Valentine’s Day Bingo Cards – Free Printable

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Valentine’s Bingo Cards – Free Printables

Blank Cards

I’ve had some requests for additional cards, so I decided to provide the blank template for each one that you can write in your own numbers to create additional cards.

 Update:

Some people have had trouble downloading and printing the files above.  I uploaded them to a file sharing site and I’m hoping those that have had trouble will find success with these files.

Thanks!

Comments

  1. Katie says

    Thanks for the Bingo cards. I’ll use them with my kindergarten kiddos this year. We just finished our chapter on numbers 11-30, so this will be perfect!

  2. Tambrey says

    Hello ~ I just love your Valentines Bingo cards and I want to use them in my K-4 class next week for our party we’re having. But, for some reason, I’ve tried every way in the world to download and prints these guys and I am just not able to print them. Are they protected where it doesn’t give you the option to print? I’ve tried every way I know how to get these printed and I’m just having any success. I’ve also had my director try and she wasn’t successful either. HELP!! I really want to use these! Thanks so much, Tambrey

  3. Bree says

    Hi!! I love these! Can you tell me what font you used on the Elegant version? I have been trying to find that font forever but don’t know the name! Thank you for sharing!

  4. katie s says

    Yay! Thank you for this! I was going to recreate Valentine bingo cards this morning and decided to hop onto pinterest first to see if I could find any. Thanks for sharing with us!!

  5. Connie says

    What did you use to keep track of numbers that you called and how did you pick the numbers? I have already printed the cards…they are going to be perfect. Thank you so much!

  6. says

    This is EXACTLY what I have been looking for. I was just about ready to drive across town to a party supply store when I found this during one last search. The first printable will be perfect for our Kinder Class Party. Thank you so very much for saving me time and money!! – I will link you on my blog :)

  7. Lisa Cole says

    Hiello–
    I love these cards but cannot get them to print either. I am in charge of my son’s party at school next week and am panicking! Can you help?
    Lisa

  8. Jennifer says

    Hi! I love these cards and I am in charge of throwing my son’s Valentines party for school, so I thought these would be perfect! My only question is, is there a call sheet? Am I missing that? Or do we just make our own?

    Thank you!

    • Camille says

      I just called out numbers at random and wrote them on a sheet of paper. For my next printable, I will make some call numbers to draw from a jar.

  9. Allison Nelson says

    These are so cute and I can’t wait to use them for my daughter’s class party! Do you have a number sheet to go with this or did you just call out random numbers?

  10. Kathy says

    This is so great! I pinned this post. My question is (since I am not good at this stuff) – my daughter has 17 kids in her class. Is there a way that I can add 4 more unique number card combinations?
    Thanks so much!

  11. Michelle Truman says

    I discovered your wonderful Valentine’s Day Bingo cards on Pinterest! I loved the heart ones and wanted to print them to use them for a party for my daughter this weekend and then in my kindergarten classroom next week. (Gotta love being able to use things at home and school!) However, for the life of me, I can not figure out how to print them. I click on the link and they come up as pictures, but there isn’t a way for me to print. By chance are they protected someway? Any secrets you can share for printing I would appreciate.

    Thanks so much! Michelle

  12. Wendy Stevenson says

    I would like to use these bingo cards as well for a party tomorrow, but I am having difficulty printing them out, like Tambrey. Is there a special way to print these. Thank you!

  13. Andrea says

    Hi Camille,
    I really like the elegant bingo cards but all the numbers
    are the same. Thus, my older kids will all win at the same time.
    Is there any way you may havet ime to make more diificult bingo
    cards using various numbers? If you do not have time to do so before
    valentine’s day, could you make more difficult ones for the fourth of july ones, red & blue?
    Thanks much.
    Andrea in Calif.

  14. Alma Boss says

    I love the simplicity of these cards and would love to use them for a Kindergarten party next week. I have been unable to print them and hope that you may be able to help. Thanks!

  15. Mindy Anderson says

    Hello–Such cute, cute bingo cards. I wanted to use these for my sons class party next
    Tuesday. He’s a second grader but was hoping for higher numbers and also each design
    has the same # cards so can’t have 25 cards without duplicates. Anyway to share your
    template so I can put in higher numbers and random numbers orders to equal 25 unique cards(no two the same). Thanks for sharing.

    Best,
    Mindy ;)

  16. Danielle Dalton says

    These are so cute! Since I’m not the brightest, lol, did you call out letters and numbers? I noticed there are no letters above the columns, so I’m wondering if you just called numbers and didn’t worry about the letters, like in normal bingo?? Thanks!!

  17. Jaime Kraus says

    Just a thought, for those of you looking for call numbers, I printed an extra card at Costco and cut the numbers into squares and threw them into a jar…voila, call numbers.

  18. says

    These are amazing! I am breaking my second graders into 2 groups so that 13 cards works without anyone having the same cards.

    Thanks!
    Adorable and a huge time saver!

  19. Katie says

    Hi there! I ABSOLUTELY love these photos! Unfortunately, I tried downloading the cards (even through the hosted website) and I’m still unable to print them. Is there a way you can e-mail it to me? Thanks so much!! And Happy Valentines Day!

    Can’t wait to share these with my 4th/5th grade class!!!

  20. Allison says

    Oh my goodness I love you! I procrastinated until today (Valentine’s Day) to find these for my son’s class. I googled and found you. I am thrilled! These are darling and worked perfectly. :) Thank you sooooooo much. I design on a small level and I know how much work something like this is. It’s no small feat so thank you so much!

  21. Hilary says

    Hi there, I just found your blog through pinterest. I was asked to do the game for my daughters kindergarten Valentines Day party. These bingo cards are perfect! And oh so adorable! Thank you so much for sharing them.

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