Fourth of July Bingo Cards

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4th Of July Bingo Cards

4th Of July Bingo CardsDo you know what happened on July 4th, 1776 that Americans now celebrate with BBQ’s and fireworks? Of course you do! Many of us grew up hearing about the significance of July 4th as an American holiday. Why is it that you remember the 4th of July story so well?

Because the 4th of July combines learning with excitement. You heard about the holiday over and over again until you knew it by heart and still you smiled because good food and fireworks are fun, too!

One great way to use that same combination of repeated words and fun learning environment is to play 4th of July bingo. Teachers like that bingo builds reading skills and is fun for any size group. Parents really like that bingo is a great activity for young kids who like to stay active.

But what about the bingo cards? Parents and teachers alike are daily turning to Bingo Card Creator to quickly and easily create their own customized bingo cards.

You can start creating your own customized bingo cards right now with a free online trial of Bingo Card Creator. Click here to begin. (No download necessary.)

Perhaps you’d like to print out some pre-made bingo cards and get right into the game? You’re in luck! We’ve put together a set of 4th of July bingo cards that you can print out and use for free! Just click on the bingo card below for 8 free 4th of July bingo cards.

If you have trouble viewing the cards, (most don’t) that just means you need to install Adobe Acrobat Reader on your computer yet. It’s free to use and only takes a moment to install.

If you’ve not played bingo in awhile, you may have forgotten that you need a call list to go with your bingo cards. You can get the call list for the 8 free 4th of July bingo cards here.

A little rusty on how to play bingo? Here’s a quick overview of the game. Feel free to mix things up to suit you and your players!

HOW TO PLAY 4th OF JULY BINGO

  1. Print out your 4th of July bingo cards or create some new ones with Bingo Card Creator and print them out. You can fit 4 to a sheet to save paper.
  2. Give one card to each player. Make sure everyone has a way to mark their card!
  3. Everyone marks off their Free Space. You may use whatever you like to mark your 4th of July bingo cards. Stickers are a hit with the kids. Small candies work well as markers so long as everyone agrees not to eat the pieces until after the final round of 4th of July bingo is finished!
  4. One person (you) randomly calls out words from the the card. As each word is called out, players mark the word on their cards.
  5. When a player fills up a row, diagonal, or column, they shout “bingo!” Once the person who called out the words confirms that all the marked words were called, the player is declared a winner. If you’d like to, you may change the rules a bit and continue playing for multiple winners or until you run out of prizes!

Sound like fun? Sign up for a free online trial of Bingo Card Creator and start making your bingo cards today!

Do You Really Love Bingo?

If you enjoy bingo and also like free educational tools then you’ll love the collection of educational and holiday-themed bingo cards available for free at our main website. (We have more than 400 different bingo games on our main website that you can print. Each includes at least 8 free cards.)

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Wishing you a very happy 4th of July,

Seth

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