Travel Bingo Game Printable

As I mentioned last week, I doing a series this month where I’ll be sharing a different DIY travel game every Friday for family road trips. The focus is on simple + small games to bring along in the car so your kid isn’t watching movies the whole drive. This week I’m sharing this cute printable travel bingo game.

Road Trip Car Bingo Printables

My sister Becca drew the illustrations, aren’t they beautiful? I love how they turned out with the watercolor she added.The best part is you can download a set of four different boards for your own road trip.

They’re learning opportunities––a chance for you and your young ones to try new experiences. With these kid-friendly printable game sheets, including A-B-C I Spy, bingo and the license plate game, it all starts from the moment the rubber hits the road. Don't forget your printouts! View Game Templates to Print. London Travel Bingo - Instant Download, Travel Printable Game, Travel Gift, City Explorer, Digital Download Card. Digital download. Digital file type (s): 2 PDF. Make your adventures more creative with Travel Bingo! Featuring icons and sights from London, England, this printable Travel Bingo card is the perfect travel. US License Plate Game. Make a goal of spotting the license plates of all 50 states and Washington.

Photography and styling by Liz Stanley. Illustrations by Becca Ricks for Say Yes to Hoboken (contact her for commissioned illustrations at [email protected]). Assisted by Devon Cone.


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Keep on reading for details about the game and the link for downloading your own set of 4 boards…

Printable Bingo Cards With Numbers


1. Download the first set of two boards here, and the second set of two here. The boards should each be 5 x 5 when printed out.

2. Print them out onto card stock in color and cut them out.

Printable Road Trip Bingo Cards

3. Spray paint some tiny wooden chips to use for markers and place the set of four in a muslin bag, mine was 5 x 7 size from etsy.

Directions: Each player receives their own board and a handful of chips. When they see one of the items, like a mountain for example, they place a chip down on that picture. If they have more than one mountain on their board, they can place down more than one chip. So if they have three mountains on their board, they can place three chips down for seeing the one mountain. The ‘bingo’ square in the middle is a free square. The first to get 5 in a row yells bingo and wins!

In case you missed it, see last week’s DIY car game, the tic tac toe game right here

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