Last Sunday we played this game with my family and had a huge fun. My 3 year old son and my students enjoyed this game whole heartedly.

So, here I am sharing with you the printables those I made especially for this Easter. We played a Tic-Tac-Toe version of the Bingo game and the normal Bingo version of it too. Trust me both were equally fun.

Kids have to find out these hidden easter eggs and come and place them on the Bingo Mat where they have to match the egg pattern also.

For toddlers, when played in a sand pit, they enjoy it more. It will also develop their finger movements, grasping skills, and of course bring them close to nature. And kids love playing with sand. It develops cognitive skills, analytical skills, sportsman spirit and team building skills.

What you will get?

  • an Easter Bingo Sheet of different Easter Eggs.
  • a sheet of Eggs which are marked Red. (could be used by say ‘Team Red’)
  • a sheet of Eggs which are marked Blue. (could be used by say ‘Team Blue’)

How to play?

  • Once you download and take prints you can also get the Bingo sheet laminated. And stick small velcro stickers on each egg of the sheet.
  • And then you can paste the velcro dots at the back of each individual egg to be stuck to this sheet.

Type 1 – With One Bingo Sheet (A Tic-Tac-Toe Bingo)

  1. Cut these color marked Easter Eggs from Page 2 and 3.
  2. And now hide these easter eggs in 2 different Sand Pits or Sensory Bins (of colourful paper strips/old newspaper strips/rice flakes/Easter grass) for both the teams or hide them just like a Treasure Hunt.
  3. Now ask kids to find their corresponding colored egg and bring it and place it on the Bingo Sheet.
  4. Whoever finds and completely matches an entire Row or Column by their team colored eggs wins the Bingo. If no one does, the team with maximum color on the sheet can be declared as winner.

Type 2 – With Bingo Sheet for each Team

  1. Cut these color marked Easter Eggs from Page 2 and 3.
  2. And now hide these easter eggs in 2 different Sand Pits or Sensory Bins (of colourful paper strips/old newspaper strips/rice flakes/Easter grass) for both the teams or hide them just like a Treasure Hunt.
  3. Now ask kids to find their corresponding colored egg and bring it and place it on their Bingo Sheet.
  4. Whoever completes an entire Row or Column first in their sheet wins the category ‘First Row Done’ or ‘First Column Done’.
  5. And kids go on finding all the remaining eggs and the team who completes and matches all the eggs correctly on their bingo sheet first, should say Bingo and wins the game.

PS: If the team does a wrong matching of any egg, the team will be disqualified.

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