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Free Printable Fruit and Veg Bingo Cards

Looking for an engaging and educational game to entertain kids at parties, in classrooms, or during family gatherings? Look no further! We present to you Fruit and Vegetable Themed Bingo Cards, a delightful twist on the classic game that introduces children to the colorful world of fruits and vegetables. With 15 unique cards, each featuring 24 images from the 25 potential fruit and vegetable images and one central FREE space, this quick-to-play game is perfect for kids of all ages.

There are two download options:

  • 15 separate cards each each saved in a separate file
  • PDF with all the cards and calling cards in a single file

Free Printable Bingo Cards Printing and Preparation Tips

To get started, ensure that you have access to a printer and A4 or letter-sized paper. Each bingo card is designed to fit on a single page, making it convenient for printing. We recommend using a slightly thicker paper stock for durability. If you plan to reuse the cards multiple times, laminating them is an excellent idea. Laminating the cards not only extends their lifespan but also allows for easy erasing of markings.

You will find the calling cards in the file. Print these and cut out the different images from the page ready to use.

How to Play Fruit and Vegetable Bingo

Playing Fruit and Vegetable Bingo is a breeze, making it an ideal game for kids and parties. Here’s a step-by-step guide:

  1. Distribute the Bingo cards: Print and distribute the Fruit and Vegetable Themed Bingo Cards to each player. Ensure that each player has a unique card.
  2. Explain the game rules: Briefly explain the rules to all the players. The objective of the game is to complete a row, column, or diagonal by matching the fruit and vegetable images on the card with the ones called out by the designated “caller.”
  3. The caller announces the images: Designate one person as the caller. The caller will randomly draw fruit and vegetable images from a hat, bag, or other container. As each image is drawn, the caller announces it to the players.
  4. Mark the images: Players will mark the corresponding images on their cards when they hear a fruit or vegetable called out. They can use small markers, like coins or colorful chips, to cover the images. Alternatively, players can use dry erase markers on laminated cards, making it easy to reuse the cards in future games.
  5. Claim a win: The first player to complete a row, column, or diagonal by marking five consecutive images calls out “Bingo!” to alert the other players.
  6. Verify the win: Once a player claims a win, carefully check their card to ensure that all the marked images match the called-out fruit and vegetable images. If the win is valid, that player becomes the winner of the round.

Variations for Fruit and Vegetable Bingo

To add more excitement and variety to the game, here are a few suggestions for different ways to play Fruit and Vegetable Bingo:

  1. Blackout/Full Card: Instead of completing a row, column, or diagonal, players aim to mark all the images on their card. This variation requires more time and patience.
  2. Memory Match: Create an additional set of fruit and vegetable cards and use them for a memory matching game. Lay all the cards face down and take turns flipping two cards at a time. Players try to make matches by finding the corresponding fruit and vegetable images.Five in a Row: The objective is to mark five images in a row, either vertically, horizontally, or diagonally. The Free Space can be used to complete a row.
  3. Picture Frame: Fill the outer borders of your bingo card, creating a picture frame. This variation excludes the Free Space.
  4. Railroad: Mark the 2nd and 4th columns, forming vertical lines on both sides of the Free Space.
  5. Cross: Use the Free Space as the center point and mark the images to create an X pattern on the bingo card.
  6. Plus: Similar to the X pattern, form a plus sign using the Free Space as the central point.
  7. Four Corners: Exercise patience and aim to mark just the four corners of the bingo card. This variation does not involve the Free Space.

To add an extra twist to the game, try incorporating these additional ideas:

  • Clue-based Bingo: Instead of announcing the called-out numbers or images, give clues to describe them. Kids will have to guess if the number or image they need has been drawn, adding a quizzical twist to the game.
  • Double Bingo: If players are achieving bingos too quickly, have them play with two bingo boards each. This will slow down their reaction time and heighten the excitement to win.
  • Speed Challenge: Instead of pausing between calls, continuously announce numbers or images from the bowl. This fast-paced version challenges players to pay attention and be alert to avoid missing a number on their bingo card.

Fruit and Vegetable Themed Bingo Cards offer a world of possibilities for entertaining and educating kids. By exploring various gameplay variations and incorporating additional elements, you can keep the game fresh, engaging, and tailored to your children’s interests. So, get ready to play, have fun, and witness the joy on their faces as they explore the colorful world of fruits and vegetables through this delightful game of bingo!


Choose which bingo files you would like to download. The first set is separate JPG files, the second is a single PDF file 🙂

Fruit and Veg Bingo Cards (25) Fruit Veg Bingo PDF

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