Kisses and Hugs!!!!
Isn’t that a great name for a Bingo game? I think so. This is a great idea for your younger school age children to be able to play in their classroom. Tricia made all the graphics and design on this one when she made her Be Mine Bingo game for older children. I am in charge of my Kindergarten age child Valentine’s Day party and I really wanted to play the Bingo game but new it would be too hard if I used the Be Mine version. So I made a 4×4 square size that would be perfect for those cutie pies.
Since I always print my stuff at Alphagraphics, Madison has introduced me to a FABULOUS product called Duraflex. It has saved me time and money. It reminds of me thin credit card paper. I can print my stuff on this and I don’t have to laminate it afterwards. Now who doesn’t want to save a step of preparation? I do!!! I have started to print all my games on this and I am in heaven. It doesn’t tear and you can get it wet without your ink being ruined. Really, are you in heaven yet too? The only time I am going to laminate that stuff, and you can, is if I want to write on it with dry erase markers or permanent markers. Then I laminate it so I can have that effect, otherwise you will ruin it because the marker will not come off Duraflex, even with rubbing alcohol.
Believe me . .
I tested it for myself.
Learn from my mistake.
So, in case any of you would like to try it as well, I have included a PDF specifically for that purpose. The sheets come in 12×18 size and that is what the file is formatted for.
We also have a post on creating a Heart Attack Door for your loved ones and many other fun ideas. Check out our February category for more.
Enjoy! Have fun and don’t forget your thank you’s. 😉
Duraflex Kisses & Hugs Bingo Game 8.5×11 PDF
As promised, here is the second installment of the Halloween Bingo. You might notice that this one is more clear in the quality of the file. I finally figured out what was going on and why the others were not crystal clear, thanks to the insight of Trish to put me on the right direction of why my others were not clear. Sooooooo, because I can’t leave the previous game boards 1-10 in the semi-pixelated state, I have replaced the other files. If you haven’t already printed out your set then go and get the crystal clear ones. If you have, then you really won’t notice a difference unless you really compare them side to side. It’s just one of those things I can’t leave undone once I know it needed to be fixed. Enjoy!!!!
P.S. Tricia made a mini pre-school Bingo game before I could even think on the subject for more than 30 seconds. We must have been in the same frame of mind. Thanks a bunch Tricia for your hard work!!!!!! These files are tremendously large because of the quality of the PDF. So there will be a number of links. Most PDF’s you see out there on blogs are standard quality. We have taken the time to make them Press Quality, which means you get EXCELLENT files to use when printing. We hope you enjoy the little extra effort we take for you.
Halloween Boo Game for Pre-Schoolers
Here they are! Make sure you give big thanks to Tricia if you enjoy this Pre-schooler version!
Tricia has also created some fun new games for you too!
Pumpkin . . . Pumpkin . . . Who’s got the Pumpkin?
This is a twist on Button . . . Button . . . Who’s Got the Button
The following is part of Tricia’s post: