Children’s game Bingo: download and print

Looking for a fun and educational way to engage your little one? Look no further than DIY Baby Bingo!

This classic game gets a colorful twist for young children, helping them learn their basic colors while developing quick thinking skills.

Why Choose DIY Baby Bingo?

  • Easy to Make: Skip the store-bought games and personalize your own Baby Bingo at home!
  • Learning Through Play: Kids will have a blast searching for matching colors, making learning enjoyable.
  • Early Development: The game helps with color recognition, visual scanning, and processing speed.
  • Customizable: Choose the colors and images that best suit your child’s interests.

What You’ll Need:

  • Construction paper or cardstock in various colors
  • Markers, crayons, or stickers (optional)
  • Bingo chips or small objects (beans, buttons, etc.)

How to Make It:

  1. Create the Bingo Board: Cut out a large square from construction paper. Divide the square into a grid of 4×4 squares (or fewer for younger children).
  2. Fill the Squares: Fill each square with a solid color using markers, crayons, or colored paper cutouts. You can also add simple pictures related to the colors (e.g., a yellow sun, a red apple).
  3. Make the Bingo Chips: Use construction paper scraps or small objects as bingo chips. Decorate them with matching colors for added fun.

How to Play:

  1. Call Out the Colors: As the caller, randomly announce a color (e.g., “Blue!”).
  2. Find and Cover: Players search their bingo board for the matching color square. Once found, they place a bingo chip on that square.
  3. Bingo! The first player to completely cover a row, column, or diagonal line wins and yells “Bingo!”


  • Start Simple: Begin with a smaller grid (e.g., 3×3) for younger children.
  • Get Creative: Theme your Baby Bingo board with seasonal colors, holidays, or favorite characters.
  • Make it Interactive: Sing songs or read rhymes about colors while playing.

Let the Fun Begin!

Download printable children’s game Bingo

Print the following sheets of A4 format, and get down to making this board game.


With a little creativity, you can create a DIY Baby Bingo game that engages your child’s senses and helps them learn through play. So grab your construction paper and get ready for a colorful adventure!