Download this LEGO Bingo printable game for a fun kids’ activity to play at your child’s next birthday party.
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It’s been a while since I shared a LEGO printable on One Mama’s Daily Drama! If you are looking for fun LEGO party ideas, I’ve got tons of ideas your kids will love. I’ve hosted a few LEGO parties over the years, so I’ve slowly built up my stash of goodies.
This LEGO Bingo set matches the party decorations and just about all my LEGO printables use bright primary colors.
How to play Bingo
In case you’ve never played Bingo or it’s been a while, here’s a quick refresher on how to play.
- Put all the draw cards in a bowl. One person is the designated caller, who chooses the card for each round and calls it out.
- All the players get a Bingo card and a handful of markers. You can use marbles or beans, but single dot LEGO pieces work great for this version.
- Shuffle all the cards. On each round, the caller chooses a card and says what it is. Everyone uses a marker to cover that picture on their card.
- The caller keeps drawing cards until someone yells “bingo!” To get a bingo, a player needs to have 5 boxes in a row covered by a marker. They can be horizontal, vertical, or diagonal. The “free space” in the center automatically counts for everyone.
- Check the winner against the cards that have been drawn, then play again!
LEGO Bingo variations
Looking for ways to change up the game? Here are a few ideas:
- Lay the draw cards face down on a table and turn one over at a time. This way the caller can play too.
- I’ve included a page of draw cards in the download. If you have all of the pieces in the photos, you could collect them in a bowl and draw those out instead. (Feel free to swap for similar pieces, eg. if you don’t have a parrot, use a bat.)
- Make the game more challenging by choosing a different way to win. For example, you have to match the picture in each corner instead of getting 5 in a row.
If you want to order the same pieces I used or are just looking for specific ones, LEGO now lets you show the Pick A Brick section to order individual pieces!
Printable LEGO Bingo
For this printable, you’ll find 10 different Bingo cards in the download below. If you’re playing with more than 10 kids at the same time, you’ll need to print duplicates. (And plan to have 2 winners of each round.)
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