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Bingo Games for Fall Holidays

Updated on August 29, 2012

What great party games!

I just love holidays! Getting together to celebrate whether at school, the office, or home is always a happy time. These festive bingo games are sure to add to the celebration. Don't see what you are looking for? Visit www.uncommoncourtesy.com to see hundreds of bingo games and concentration sets that I have developed!

Halloween Bingo
Halloween Bingo

Halloween Bingo

Boo! Celebrate the season with this colorful and fun Halloween Bingo game. It has a variety of images that are sure to please adults and children alike. It's a great set to use at a Halloween party at home, school, or the office.

Trick or Treat Halloween Bingo
Trick or Treat Halloween Bingo

Trick or Treat Halloween Bingo

This is a great game for young children (or the young at heart) who aren't quite ready for spooky images. It's filled with jack 'o lanterns, trick or treaters, and other cute and cuddly images. There are lots of opportunities to compare and contrast images in this set. That's a key skill that is developed in preschool and the early years of elementary school.

Spooky Halloween Bingo
Spooky Halloween Bingo

Spooky Halloween Bingo

This set is designed for children and adults who like spooky and ghoulish figures of monsters, ghosts, and creepy crawly Halloween images.

Autumn Bingo
Autumn Bingo

Autumn Bingo

This set is a great addition to any harvest celebration or All Saint's Day party. It's also a great alternative if you don't want to celebrate (or over-celebrate) Halloween.

Patron Saint Bingo for Kids
Patron Saint Bingo for Kids

Patron Saint Bingo for Kids

Did you know that there are more than 10,000 Saints in the Catholic Church? This bingo set helps children learn more about some of the most well-known saints. I had so much fun making this set because it also includes a number of saints whose patronage might be of interest to children. Did you know that there is a patron saint of sick animals, clowns, or bees? There are many interesting stories that can be discussed while using the set. The name of the saint, as well as a picture that is intended to be a "clue" about the person's life or what that person is the patron of is listed on the card. he calling card includes the answer to the clue on the card. Additionally, this set can be used as a launching point to discuss the saint's life and other pertinent points about the saint. This set was fun to create and will be fun to use!

Thanksgiving Bingo
Thanksgiving Bingo

Thanksgiving Bingo

This set is a great way to help children and adults be thankful and give thanks for all of the wonderful things in their life. It's got historical images of pilgrims, images of foods that are a traditional part of the thanksgiving meal, and some of the lighter side of thanksgiving (football anyone?).

What other bingo games should I make?

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