Free Thanksgiving Bingo Printable

With only one week before Thanksgiving, I thought I would pop in to share this cute and free Thanksgiving Bingo Printable.  I love the idea of having something to keep the kids entertained while the adults are busy preparing the meal or gabbing at the table.  Bingo is one of those activities that everyone can play no matter the age.

Free thanksgiving printable bingo game

Last week I teamed up with Chinet and my friend Lindi from Love the Day to show you how to host an unforgettable Thanksgiving dinner.  You can visit My Chinet to see all of the details for the adult’s table setting, plus get ideas for creating a colorful kid’s table too!  One of the tips we shared is how to keep the kids entertained and to help everyone focus on gratitude with a Thankful Tree.  You can visit Love the Day to download the oversized Thankful Tree that is the perfect activity for Thanksgiving.

Thankful tree craft hero

For the free Thanksgiving Bingo printable simply click that link to download the game pieces and print on white cardstock.  I like to use cardstock because it holds up better than regular paper, which means you can reuse the games over and over.

Thanksgiving bingo cards

Once you’ve printed out the Bingo cards, cut out each of the pieces.

Thanksgiving bingo caller card

Put all of the caller cards in a cup.  You can either designate one kid to be the Bingo caller or they can take turns picking the cards. 

Printable thanksgiving bingo caller cards

Fill a small cup or container with candy corn for the kids to use as markers.  Have them place a candy on the picture that was just called and continue doing so until someone calls BINGO. 

Candy corn markers thanksgiving bingo

Thanksgiving bingo candy corn markers

In addition to this activity, some other ideas to keep your little ones entertained include a DIY “I’m Thankful” journal and kid-friendly conversation cards.





Mariah Leeson is the creative mind behind With a passion for celebrating, Mariah created Giggles Galore to inspire families to celebrate life’s little moments with creative, budget friendly ideas. She loves cooking, reading, crafting, hosting parties and most of all spending time giggling with her family.

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  1. Where is the free download?

  2. Kathy L Bonham says:

    It would be great to be able to download this Thanksgiving BINGO game. However, there is no link to the download.

    • Hi Kathy, I apologize the file didn’t upload properly but I’ve fixed it and you should be able to download it now. But, if you still have problems email me and I will email it to you.

  3. Do you have the printable? There is no link to download it. Thanks!

    • Hi Marcie, I apologize it looks like the upload failed. I’ve fixed the link and you should be able to download it now, but if you are still having issues please email me and I will make sure you get it.

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