Christmas People Bingo
Christmas bingo is a lot of fun for all ages, from toddlers and young children, to teens and adults. Find a version that works for family gatherings, holiday parties with friends, and even work parties with coworkers. These free Christmas bingo printables make such an easy party game during the holidays! To play Christmas lights bingo, print out enough bingo cards for everyone in the group or pair people up in larger groups. Now head out on an evening walk as a group/family (Be sure to wear bright & reflective clothing). Mark off the items on your card as you see them (use a small mark so you can play again).
A Christmas party is the perfect occasion to break out fancy decorations, games, and festive food. This joyful time of the year brings families together while having fun and creating memories. Whether you're hosting a gathering that's in-person or online, Christmas bingo is a great game for people of all ages to enjoy!
With a Christmas bingo card template, you can create cards for different themes. In addition to numbers, holiday images such as a Christmas tree, reindeer, and hot cocoa can fill each space. Round up your favorite festive songs for a Christmas music bingo card. It's not an official Christmas music bingo card without 'All I Want for Christmas Is You' by Mariah Carey!
In this article, I’ll show you how to create a personalized Christmas bingo card using a free template. Get creative with your theme, and if you do not have bingo chips, try candy for a sweeter game!
- Open the Christmas Bingo Card template
- Fill in the grid
- Add decorations
- Export and download
Step 1: Open the Christmas Bingo Card Template
I'll be using Kapwing, a free online photo and video editor to make my bingo card. Click the blue Make It button below to access the free Christmas bingo card template. Click one of the Output Sizes or Custom to change the size if you prefer different dimensions.
Step 2: Fill in the Grid
I'll be filling in my grid with classic holiday songs, but you can use images as well. Click Images then Upload to share photos from your computer or click ImageSearch to find photos from Google. Click Text to add numbers or words to each box. I added a Christmas tree to the free space to complete my grid. Below are some ideas for your bingo grid.
- Christmas movies
- Holiday food
- Christmas traditions
- Christmas characters (The Grinch and Frosty the Snowman)
Step 3: Add Decorations
This is optional, but I added holly and Christmas tree illustrations to my bingo card. Add decorations by clicking Images then Image Search to find photos or upload images from your computer.
Step 4: Export and Download
When you're done adding the final touches to your Christmas bingo card, click the red Export Image button then, Download. If you're having a virtual holiday party, Copy Link afterclicking export image to share the bingo card with your guests.
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“Can you find someone who….?” Played with a simple list or laid out in a 5×5 Bingo grid, the object of this Christmas game / Christmas Icebreaker is to get someone at the Christmas Party to sign for each item according to the stated Christmas related criteria.
Paper and pencil for each person, Timer
Make a list of Christmas related characteristics and statements that could be true of someone at the Christmas Party. You might also want to personalize it with very specific characteristics of some of the Christmas Party participants you already know. You can also lay it out on a B I N G O format. A 4×4 grid or a 5×5 grid works well. The objective is to fill all the spaces in a row, column or diagonal or blackout (All spaces full).
Here are some simple Christmas related possibilities.
- Born closest to Christmas Day
- Can burp to the tune of “Jingle Bells”
- Has received Socks for a Christmas gift.
- Has started Christmas shopping already.
- Has a real Christmas Tree
- Has sat on Santa’s lap before
- Likes to drink eggnog at Christmas
- Has never been ice skating
- Is wearing something red
- Has built a snowman
- Hums or sings along with Christmas Carols
- Has gone Christmas caroling
- Has more fun giving than receiving gifts at Christmas
- Love peppermint candy canes
- Would rather have ham than turkey at Christmas dinner
- Has placed a star or angel atop a Christmas Tree
- Has sent someone a Christmas card
- Has a Christmas stocking
- Likes snow
- Doesn’t mind getting clothes as Christmas gifts
- Likes to go Christmas caroling
- Can recite the first two lines of “the Night before Christmas”
- Still hasn’t finished Christmas shopping.
- Knows what’s s/he’s getting for Christmas.
- Plans to return at least one Christmas gift.
- Knows all of the names of Santa’s reindeer.
- ETC. ADD YOUR OWN
What to Do
- Hand out the Christmas People Bingo worksheet you have prepared and a pen to each person at the Christmas Party.
- Set the timer for 15 to 20 minutes depending on the size of the group and how much time you have available in your Christmas party schedule.
- Explain to the group that they will have 15 to 20 minutes to mix around and find different people that meet each of the descriptions on their Christmas worksheet.
- In order to fill the spaces they need to find another person who matches one of the Christmas related qualities or facts listed and then have them sign their name on the appropriate square. Each person may only sign one square per sheet
- Once a person has been identified they are to have that person fill in their name in the appropriate box. Emphasize to the group that they can not have the same person fill in more than 1 description in the Christmas Bingo grid
- The first person to finish the Christmas Bingo should bring it to you to mark for scoring.
- This Christmas Party game can continue until the allotted time is complete because it is common for some of the answers to be disqualified.
- When the timer goes off, check the winner’s Christmas Bingo sheet for accuracy. The person with the most correct answers wins.
- You might wish to consider having multiple prizes in case there is more than 1 winner.
Instead of preparing the list of Christmas related descriptions in advance, have the students at your Christmas Party create the list. “I want to find someone who….” Put all the items on a large sheet of paper or on a white board and have students number their papers and get the name beside each number.
Take It to the Next Level
- As you were mingling around during the Christmas People Bingo icebreaker do you think we have more things in common with each other than you expected? Why or why not?
- Which is more important, the things we share or the things that differentiate us? Explain.
- Are differences a strength or a weakness? Explain.
- How do all these interesting little Christmas related facts help to build relationships?
- Why is it important to know a little more about others in the group?
It is interesting to see how many things we have in common with others while we also are so different. Most of the time in relationships, it is a matter of perspective as to whether we want to focus on the things we share in common or the differences. Choose someone you met today to form a closer relationship with this Christmas that will last into the new year!
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