Print out the Blank Autumn Bingo Set, which comes with a blank card (with the 'free' space already added), all 24 bingo pieces, and the calling cards. Print out the cards on cardstock, and the bingo pieces on cardstock or regular copy paper. It is often called fall in the United States because leaves fall from the trees. We collected 30 words associated with the autumn to create these bingo cards. The word list includes words like cold, fall, rain, October and falling leaves that make the bingo game a perfect autumn classroom activity. Fall picture bingo is a fun way to celebrate the fall season with your children or students. Even young kids can play because no reading is required! Grab a set of printable fall bingo boards for your family, classroom, or harvest festival today. It’s no secret that I’m a huge fan of printable picture bingo. This fantastic bingo and lotto game is a great way to enthuse children about autumn and links in with your teaching on the topic.Tags in this resource: squirrel-eating-an-acorn.pngHibernating-Bear-in-Cave.pngautumn-leaf-pile.pnghaloween-pumpkin.pnghedgehog.pngcompass-map-icon.pngpile-of-nuts.pngacorn.pngchildren-dressing-up.pngfireworks-2.pngbonfire-1.pngpaint splat.pngoak-tree-with-orange-and.
After using my Summer Bingo Boards, several of you have asked for a fall version. Ask and you shall receive!
Printable Fall Bingo Board
There are two different sizes for different ages, activities, and needs. Use what suits you! Print your 49-square Fall Bingo Board here.
Print your 25-square Fall Bingo Board here! You may either print the blank boards and fill them in by hand, or go ahead and type in your squares before printing. They are fully customizable!
Bingo Board Ideas
Children love to mark their progress, and are encouraged by both short and long-term goals. Bingo boards are a great way to facilitate that! Use them to keep track of anything you please. I like to fill about 1/2 of the spaces with things *I* want each child to do (clean your room, get rid of 10 items from your room, read to your little sister…) and then let them fill the rest in with things *they* want to do (drink hot apple cider, make pumpkin muffins, jump in a pile of leaves…). That gives a productive, fun balance to our days. Here are a few more ideas:
Incentive Chore Chart
With school activities and evening practices and ballgames, sometimes household chores get set aside for “infinitely later.” Use the bingo board to record the “gotta get it done” tasks. (And feel free to repeat in several squares.) Heap on a reward for each Bingo and enjoy a fun family outing after a blackout! Alternatively, have a “pay day” for each Bingo and a shopping date for a blackout.
- clean out the car
- water the garden
- sweep the porch
- clean your room
- rake leaves
Bored No More
It happens. Even during the school year. “Mom, I’m boooored.” Save your breath! When you hear that infamous phrase, point to the Bingo board. Child must complete one (or five? ) tasks on the board before uttering another complaint. Likely, the child will get caught up in the activity and be bored no more!
- complete a puzzle
- read for 30 minutes
- write a letter to a friend/cousin/grandparent
- create a clay sculpture
- practice and perform a skit
Have a long list of books to read? Need some motivation? Record titles on the chart. Provide small prizes for every bingo and a larger one for a blackout. (trip to the zoo, out for ice cream) The same idea would work for a “homework review” type of chart.
Fall Bucket List
Enter all the activities and outings, large and small, that your child has to look forward to this fall. Have fun looking ahead and marking them off as you go.
- go to the pumpkin patch
- carve a jack-o-lantern
- walk through a corn maize
- play flag football
Eat Your Way Through Fall
As the seasons change, we ditch many of our sandwiches (bye bye BLT, see you soon!) and salads for casseroles and soups. Our favorite Pumpkin Butterscotch Muffins make frequent breakfast and snack appearances. My kids ask and ask and ASK for that first steamy mug of hot chocolate. What are your favorite fall foods? Eat your way through your Fall Bingo Board!
- Hot Apple Cider
- (The Best!) Apple Crisp
- Apple Nachos
Bingo Your Way
Autumn Bingo Cards Printable
Rules schmules. Our Bingo boards are definitely hybrid. A mixture of fun, chores, big outings and the small stuff that makes for a full life! (That’s why I like the BIG board… we need 49 squares!)
- write a thank you note
- clean out under your bed
- cheer on your favorite team
- play SkipBo
- eat pumpkin pie for breakfast
How will you use your Bingo chart this fall?
Autumn Outdoors Bingo Printable
This printable Fall Bingo game has fun icons for leaves, Fall foods, nature and forest animals! All items that go with fall fun. Play with up to 4 players.
We love playing board games in our family. It’s one of our favorite pastimes, and one of our favorite ways to learn! We have a collection of free printable board games for kids, and this printableFall Bingo game is great to add to your collection.
Printable Fall Bingo Game for Kids
Playing Bingo is fun for young children who like to match pictures, as well as older children who enjoy games.
This bingo game is made up of images that young children should be able to identify, and there isn’t any reading necessary. Which makes it a great game for preschoolers and up!
This Fall bingo printable has an outdoorsy theme with leaves, fall foods, and forest animals. It makes me want to head out for a nature walk!
Autumn Bingo Printable
The same images are used in the Fall Matching Game to print as well, a great alternative for toddlers.Lisa frank rainbow reef facts.
How to Play with the Fall Bingo Printable
Fall Bingo Cards Free Printable
Print off the bingo game pieces as well as the number of boards you need. This set comes with 4 game boards, each with a couple images that are different from the others. You can choose to print and play with all 4 boards or only one or two if that is the number of players you have, and want to save on ink.
Designate a caller for the game. Cut apart the sheet with all of the game pieces and flip them over in a pile. If these game pieces are see-through, you can glue them onto scrapbook paper squares or print on card stock.
The caller flips over one card at a time and shows the players the image. If a player has a match on their Bingo game board, they can mark it off.
We like to use Bingo chips or coins instead of markers so that the sheets can be re-used. Additionally, you can choose to laminate the game sheets and use a dry erase marker to mark off the images as they are called. This is one of my Best Tips for Using Printables with Kids: Organization and More.
Prior to beginning the game, decide what makes a ‘win’. Options are a straight line (5 in a row) or a blackout (getting all of the images). The first to complete the task wins!
Autumn Bingo Printables
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