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Halloween BINGO – Free Printable


Today’s post is a simple printable. Perfect for a Halloween party with younger kids who are still working on their numbers!


There are 10 different, unique BINGO cards. You’ll need to plan for more than one winner if you need to make duplicates for parties of more than 10. 🙂

Click here to be taken to the Google Doc pdf printable.

It’s not a requirement to download, but it would show true aloha if you followed Attempting Aloha if this printable is helpful to you. 🙂 And I’d love to hear how they work out for you or where you used them!

To give credit where credit is due, I did not create the cliparts used. They are from various sites, including They have some really cute ones that aren’t TOO creepy…my girls aren’t into spooky and gruesome. We’re more into cutesy, fluffy Halloween. Ha!



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33 thoughts on “Halloween BINGO – Free Printable

  1. Charlie, Thank you so very much for this treat for my classroom. I know they are going to have so much fun with this Bingo set this month! I pinned to Pinterest on my Classroom Fun board!

    Aloha, Debbie/Deebi27

  2. Hello Charlie!

    I love this! It is SO cute, and I happen to know a classroom that would love to play this game at their Halloween party, too. 🙂 Thank you so much for this! 🙂

    Are you having a good week so far? I hope you're doing well, and that you have a great Wednesday! 🙂

    Blessings, and Aloha to you, too~ 🙂

  3. I love these and pinned them on Pinterest. I have one question that I really hope you will answer soon since I am playing this on Monday in my son's class……..What does the caller do with the main card? Do you cut up all the pictures and then call them draw them out of a bowl in order of BINGO? (ex. B, ghost, I, pumpkin, N, Bat) OR do you cut up the BINGO letters and the pictures and put them in separate bowls and call out whatever you draw out of each bowl? I know this shouldn't be hard to figure out but I've asked a few friends and no one has a concrete answer! Thanks!! 🙂

    1. Wondering the same, do you call one letter & one pic and then return it to the bowl? Maybe keep a note with pen and paper as to which ones are called? I don't want chaos during the game, lol.

  4. Thank you! I am doing a Halloween party for my Wolf den as well as my daughter's preschool! These saved me so much time from trying to do it myself! Bless you for sharing!!