Make your own Bingo cards using a blank Bingo template. No need to draw the Bingo grid on your own. Print as many as you need for your project.
Remember, you don’t have to add numbers to a Bingo Card. You can make a Bingo card with images too, and the theme is up to you to decide. Draw your own icons on each tile, or find some clip art to use. You could also use photos of your family members.
But in case you do want to add numbers to your blank Bingo template, here is how the Bingo numbers work. In the B column, you’re going to choose a random number between 1 and 15. Next, in the I column, place a random number between 16 and 30. In the N column, write in a random number from 31 to 45. Then in the G column, pick random numbers between 45 and 60. Last but not least, in the O column, place a number between 61 and 75.
Blank Bingo Template
Downloading Instructions: Click on the image of the blank Bingo template. A larger high resolution version of the picture will open in your browser. Right-click on the image and press “Save Image As…” to save it to a folder on your computer. Then open it in an image viewing program to send it to your printer. Before your print an image, be sure to press “Scale to Fit.”
And in case you also want some completed Bingo cards, here’s a set 12 numbers Bingo cards from one of my older posts.
And here’s a set of free printable Bingo Tokens that you may also find useful.