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Floral Baby Shower Game, 'Baby Bingo', Rose Pink Summer Flowers. A baby bingo game will be a special highlight at your baby shower party! Excitement and fun are guaranteed. These printable baby bingo cards in a design of your choice come in two versions: a blank one and a. Baby Shower Bingo Printable One common flaw with printable Bingo is the answers are all located in the same place on each card. That’s not really Bingo! Our printable baby shower fill-in version of the game avoids this completely. Baby Gift Bingo To play our bingo game, print out the templates onto card stock (as many as you need) and cut in half. Bingo game set printable. (Each page has 2 unique cards—making a total of 12.) For additional bingo cards, use the blank template provided on the last page of the pdf to create your own. Baby Bingo Your guests will L-O-V-E playing this adorable spin on a classic game. Simply print one card per guest before they arrive and you’re all set!
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Bingo Baker allows you to print as many bingo cards as you want! If you need 10 cards or 1,000 bingo cards, Bingo Baker is the only app that can handle it. And you don't have to worry about getting duplicate cards. Bingo Baker allows you to print 1, 2 or 4 cards per page. Your printable bingo cards include a random call list you can use to conduct your bingo game.
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Bingo Baker has the simplest online bingo experience. You just need to send your players a link to the game. That's it! Players can generate their own unique bingo card in one click, and they're ready to play. Bingo Baker shows no branding, and you can customize the game/card instructions.
Additionally, you can prompt your players to enter their name before starting the game, or Bingo Baker can email a card to each player. Bingo Baker will keep track of each player's card, and you can see all of the cards in your game control panel. Bingo Baker lets you clear and scramble each player's card when you're ready to play a new game.
Bingo Baker generates a call list for you, which you can use for your online game. It keeps track of where you are in the list so you can play over multiple days. You can scramble the list at any time to play another round.
This is where you'll find all the play online features of Bingo Baker
You can read items off the provided call list. You can scamble it, print it, and make it full screen (great for playing bingo at conferences)
You can send players a link to join your game, or Bingo Baker can email their cards to them directly simply by entering a list of email addresses.
The options menu allows you to customize your game, and perform global management actions (like clear and scamble).
You can see the cards of all your players to help you conduct the game.
Players get a full-screen view of their card and click a cell to mark it. No Bingo Baker branding is visible on the page.
Here are the all-new baby shower bingo cards. They are easy (and free) to print and they are VERY fun to play! There are 20 different Bingo cards below (each guest needs a different bingo card). Follow the printing instructions below and use a thicker cardstock to print these with. Go to the very bottom of this page to see Instructions on how to play Baby Shower Bingo
The easiest way to print these is to click here for the PDF version of the bingo cards. When you are there, just go to file and print! Piece of cake.
You will need Adobe Reader (the latest version is recommended) installed on your computer in order to open and print these Bingo cards. You can get Adobe Reader here (a new window will open so you can download without leaving this page).
If you don't want to use the PDF version, use these instructions:
Printing Instructions: Right-click on the image you want and select the 'save picture as..' line. Then, you will be asked which directory to save it to. Just save it onto your desktop or in any folder you want. Then on your desktop, double click on the image icon. When the image opens up, set your printer to the desired paper size and print the image (in color or black/white).
Another printing option: If you have Microsoft Word, after you 'save picture as..' explained above, open a blank document in Microsoft Word and go to the tab INSERT and then select PICTURE and then select FROM FILE. From there you just choose the directory from your computer where you saved the picture and click INSERT. And Voila! You can print it off as many times as you like.
Printable Baby Shower Bingo Game
How to Play Baby Shower Bingo:
Print off the cards above (there is an easy .pdf version you can print off) and cut them out. Print off one extra game card for your master copy. With scissors, cut up your master copy into the individual squares - each square with one word on it. Put these squares into a hat (or diaper bag) and draw them out one at a time during the game. Read the word on your square when you pull it out. Give your guests time to find the word on their card and place a game piece over the word. Then you draw out another square and read that word aloud, as before. This continues until someone fills in a row (vertically, horizontally or diagonally) and yells 'BINGO!'.
Or you could use these baby shower bingo cards to play Gift Bingo:
These cards have names of typical baby shower gifts. There are 20 different cards to print off, each one is a different order (so that each guest gets a differently ordered card - otherwise everyone would win at the same time!) Print off a different Bingo card for each guest. Buy Hershey's Kisses or little plastic babies at a craft store for the game pieces (or M&M's, Hershey's minis, or other candy). You will need about 15-20 game pieces for each guest.
During the Baby Shower, hand each guest a bingo card and 15-20 game pieces. Instruct the guests that as the expectant mother is opening her gifts, they place a Hershey's Kiss or other game piece on their card if the gift is on one of the squares of their Baby Shower Bingo card. So, for example, if the mom has just opened up a package of onesies, then everyone would look on their card for 'onesie' and mark that square with a game piece. Someone wins if they get 5 in a row, 5 in a column, or 5 in a diagonal. Keep playing even if someone wins in the middle of opening gifts; keep playing until all the gifts are opened. (Have multiple prizes because there will likely be more than 1 winner).