Making Your Own Bingo Game

  1. Making Your Own Bingo Game For Free
  2. Making Your Own Bingo Game For Free
  • Organise a bingo game from your computer or tablet without the need of any physical material. Play a game and know the winners in real time with our unique online bingo caller. Display the draws to the players on a bingo flashboard on external screens.
  • Make your own bingo cards with this free, simple app. Our bingo card generator randomizes your words or numbers to make unique, great looking bingo cards.
  • Make your own custom Buzzword Bingo Card. Can't find a card that meeds your needs? Make your own free custom printable bingo card! Title: Exclamation (What to shout when you win): Free square text (defaults to title): Words/Phrases (one per line).
  • They will change to match your Bingo card Title. After you've created your bingo cards, come back here, click an award, personalize it, and print it - done! We try our best to find images for you automatically, but sometimes there's a glitch - to solve the problem, just find your favorite image anywhere online, save it, and upload it below.

If you’re at all like me, then you like to play bingo. I have used bingo as a teaching tool for as long as I can remember. I recently stumbled upon an online bingo creator that allows the user to create a game, distribute the URL to students, and have them play on their device. The easiest way to distribute the game is to create a QR Code (my favorite QR code generator is Students will scan the code and open up the bingo game on their iPad. If they are using a computer, you can distribute the URL for the game however you wish (I would publish the link on my site or distribute URL via Air Drop). Once students open the bingo game, they TAP on the square (iPad) or CLICK in the square (computer). The great thing is that it is very rare to have two users with the same bingo cards, as they are randomly sorted so that a whole class can play the game and have one unique winner. Bingo is a great game to play for reflection on a particular unit of study, math facts, definitions (they have to know the definition of the word if they call out “Bingo”). Even adults enjoy playing bingo as a reflection tool for professional development or have parents participate in a bingo game for open house. The possibilities are endless. Now, let’s go through the steps in creating your own bingo game.

1. Go to

Explore Scholastic's Make-Your-Own Bingo Sheet printables and worksheets for all ages that cover subjects like reading, writing, math, and science.

2. Click to add a title and click in each box to add text. Press generate when you are finished adding text.

Making Your Own Bingo Game For Free

3. This is one of their examples for Addition Bingo…this is what it will look like when you are finished. The URL you will want to distribute is where the red arrow points and says, “Play Online.” Even though each participant uses the same URL, it will generate a new bingo card in random order each time.

4. Other features include a call list, the option to clone and edit a game, and an option for saving a game for editing by creating an account. I always just keep the URL handy and have never created an account.

5. This is what the game looks like from the participants point of view. (The yellow squares reflect the participant clicking on the square if it is called)

Making Your Own Bingo Game For Free

Hope you have fun playing this game in your classroom! Gold quarter.