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Keep the Kids BUSY with these Dry Erase Easter Bingo Cards – Free Download

Easter is right around the corner. Are you ready yet? These Easter Bingo Cards can help make Easter prep EASY. Us busy moms need fast and easy solutions for these holidays that sneak up on us so fast! St. Patrick's Day is supposed to be the March holiday, right?

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This fun printable bingo game is a solution to early-Easter. Keep the kids busy and entertained!

Use these fun Easter bingo cards as:

  • a gift for the Easter basket
  • for the spring classroom party
  • a game to keep the kids busy during Easter brunch or after church

Need ideas for the perfect Easter outfits for the kids? CLICK HERE!

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Everything goes together really easily with Xyron and I am going to share with you all the tricks you need to know to make this Easter Bingo Cards project a success.

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You probably have everything you need to make this Easter Bingo Cards project:

If you don't have “all the things”, click the links above to order them in time for Easter!

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How to make these printable Easter bingo cards:

1. Print the bingo cards onto cardstock or photo paper. Watch the video on the next page to see how to turn any 8.5×11 into a half page print straight from the printer controls window.

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2. Cut the cards apart using a paper trimmer.

  • Cut the paper in half to 8.5×5.5
  • Trim 1/4″ off each side of each Easter Bingo Card to make it slightly smaller than 5″ so it will fit in the Double-Sided Laminate Cartridge for the Xyron Creative Station
  • Trim the top and the bottom of the card as you like

3. Install the Double-Sided Laminate Cartridge in the Xyron Creative Station. Need a Creative Station? Get yours now!


4. Run the Easter bingo cards through the Xyron Creative Station to apply laminate to both sides of the Easter Bingo Cards in one pass.

5. Trim the cards apart using a paper trimmer.

6. Cut apart the pieces on the grey bingo card to use to call the shapes for the Easter bingo game. Optional: Laminate this sheet before cutting the pieces apart to make them last longer.

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Watch this quick video to see how to make these bingo cards start to finish:

Here's how to play Easter Bingo with these Easter Bingo Cards:

  1. Set up the game with one Easter bingo card and one dry erase marker per participant.
  2. Put the cut apart grey squares into a bowl or hat and pull them one at a time.
  3. Participants mark off the shapes as you call them.
  4. The first participant with 5 shapes in a row, wins!

Gather candies and small gifts to give as prizes. Make it more fun for the kids by using small candies like M&Ms as bingo “chips” instead of dry eraser markers. Just make sure you buy extra because these “bingo chips” tend to disappear *wink wink *

If you liked this fun Easter kids' activity, check out this DIY Easter Bunny Mirror you can make for under $5!

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Thank you so much for stopping by today!

What are your Easter plans? Let me know in the comments!

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Jennifer Priest is a 20+ year designer in the arts & crafts industry and home DIYer with a passion for creativity. An Army veteran raised on a ranch, from her experience, she shares smart DIY projects that save money and fun craft ideas that anyone can make. Besides blogging, Jennifer is a Master Practitioner and Trainer of NLP, Hypnosis, and MER, and coaches other online entrepreneurs on money mindset, business, and living an intentional life. When not blogging, Jennifer is having adventures in the wilderness, on road trips, playing with her cats, and making paleo food.

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7 Comments

  1. I have Halloween and Thanksgiving bingo and the grands love it! Fun to have an Easter one. Thanks for sharing it with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

  2. Looks like fun my 4 kids will have fun , I tried to print it out but all the Links to “CLICK AND DOWNLOAD” IT do not work , perhaps i am doing something wrong? not sure , but very cute though

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