Free Color and Shape Bingo for Preschoolers

This fun Bingo game is sure to be a hit with young learners!

This fun take on Bingo was very popular with the students at Magic Carousel Preschool in Hawthorne, New Jersey, and now you can do it with your class too!

About the Game

Each Sheet has four shapes–a square, circle, rectangle, and triangle.

Each sheet also features four colors–red, blue, yellow, and green.

These colors and shapes are randomized much like a regular Bingo board!

How to Play Bingo

The game has the teacher showing or saying aloud each calling card. Students then put a chip or marker on the correct/matching space on their board. The first student who gets 4 in a row (or in a, “Backout,” version covers his or her board) is the winner! The calling cards can be used to learn about shapes or colors individually or for older and more advanced students combinations can be used–e.g. calling-out, “Red Circle.”

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Author: .Olivia Johnson

Hampstead, NC

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