If you’re just checking this post out, first of all, thanks for stopping by! I created this Valentine’s Day Bingo Card Game 3 years ago. Then I was under the name Eat Make Travel, which is why that logo is plastered on it. 😉 It’s still me though! You can continue reading the original post below. Apparently I was busy, creating a lot of printable and not doing anything the next day. So if you want to skip all that, that’s the gist off it. 😉
On a totally other note. I always thought GIST was spelled JIST. It was when i typed it that I learned that I had been spelling it wrong… for my whole life.
We have a busy day lined up for us. First we’re headed to William Sonoma for their Junior Chef Class and then probably grab some lunch before we make our way over to the Fernbank Museum of Natural History. Lastly, we’ll check out the new exhibit at the Children’s Museum of Atlanta. So, I’m not doing diddly squat tomorrow! But, before we head out the door, I wanted to share a little something with you all! If you haven’t noticed, I’ve been on this print craze lately and I have a great printable for you all today that will be a great addition to any Valentine’s Day party. So what better activity to share with you today than Valentine’s Day Bingo!
I made these and sent them on their way to my son’s class for his Valentine’s Day party.
And it doubles as a treat if you use Sweethearts to mark your Bingo card! So does that make everyone a winner?
I’d say so.
This is great for a Valentine’s Day party that you are hosting at home. You’ll get 10 cards (and the “call cards”) when you print. You can get creative with the prizes, Valentine’s Day chocolate (like the small heart-shaped boxes), a small stuffed animal, the list goes on.
You can click the photo below to print your Valentine’s Day Bingo game.
If you’re looking for some goodies to share with the class or for a Valentine’s Day Themed party, then check out these delicious Red Velvet Cupcakes!
So, what is your favorite game to play at a Valentine’s Day party? I don’t remember playing much when I was younger. Let me know below!