Dog Bingo (Magma for Laurence King)
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Simply print off the bingo cards, prompts and markers onto paper or card. Cut out the prompts and mix them up in a bag to be drawn. The caller draws a prompt card and whoever has that dog breed on their board covers it with a marker. The first to fill a row or column calls out 'bingo' to win. Not sure what game to buy next? Buy a premium mystery box for two to four great games to add to your collection! Buy Premium Box »
It's always an excellent service with brilliant products at a very competitive price - will use again! Cut the call cards into tiles and place them into a bowl. Make sure to print the call cards instead of cutting up an extra playing card. There are 30 total dog images but only 24 images per game board.
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I always print colorful printables like bingo boards on presentation paper and laminate them. Presentation paper is a heavyweight paper with a special coating for crisp, vibrant images. Laminating the boards makes them reusable time after time, year after year. With an illustration for each item, even the youngest players can help to find each dog on the board. And they can learn about different dog breeds too. What other simple bingo games are there? Game includes: 12 bingo cards, 1 large results card, dog cards, tokens, drawstring bag, instructions. Boxed.
First there’s a set of 10 free printable dog bingo cards. These are great for larger families and small groups. I recommend this set for smaller families, too, because kids frequently want to get a new card and play again. The first player to make five matches in a straight line or on the diagonal calls “Bingo!” to win. You can also play variants like making an X, needing all four corners, or making a specific shape (like a U or a square). All cards are unique so you can combine multiple sets. For example, you can use both free sets together for 14 unique cards or add a freebie set onto a larger paid set for even more players. Classroom set of dog bingo boardsDraw cards one at a time and show them around. Players mark off the image if there’s an exact match on their card. For repeated play using the same boards, use tokens instead of bingo dauber markers. This free printable dog bingo is sure to delight the puppy-lovers in your family! Grab your free printable dog bingo boards today for low-prep family fun. There’s also a larger, affordably-priced classroom set of dog bingo boards for a group.