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Printable Bingo Game Patterns

Printable Bingo Game Patterns

How many ways can you play bingo?

Playing bingo will always be fun. This is because bingo has always been the right game to fill your free time. It does not need a lot of equipment and it’s also quite challenging to play it. When playing bingo, you need to know that there are 5 ways to be called a winner at bingo. In one round, if you are very proficient and lucky, you can make 5 lines in each row of numbers in bingo.

What are the different bingo patterns?

There are various types of bingo games that many people do. Because of so many formed patterns from the type of bingo game that is often used. There are 4 types of bingo that are used namely 30 balls, 75 balls, 80 balls and 90 balls. Of the four types, there are differences that can be seen clearly, namely the number of balls. When the number of balls is different, of course, the card size will also be different. When everything is different, the patterns formed on the card will also be different. But even though it is different, the pattern that must be formed is still one transverse line.

What if my bingo card didn’t make any pattern?

An important part of bingo is forming a pattern in order to win the game. On bingo cards that do not make any pattern, it’s not lucky enough to win. You must make a strategy so that the row of numbers on your bingo card can form a pattern. This requires practice and full concentration. If you haven’t formed a pattern, there might be something wrong with the way you play or just haven’t been lucky. Just one pattern is enough to make you win if the other player hasn’t been able to make one pattern.

Playing bingo will always be fun. This is because bingo has always been the right game to fill your free time. It does not need a lot of equipment and its also quite challenging to play it.

Bingo Card Generator

Instructions: Enter your bingo card title, choose a size, and type your words into the squares.

You can drag-and-drop images into the squares and customize the color scheme.

To generate your bingo cards, cilck the “Generate” button.

Afterwards, you can print your bingo cards, or play a virtual bingo game.

Features

  • New! For question/answer-style bingo, flip over the square to enter a question/clue (which will appear on the call list)
  • Drag and drop images from your computer to liven up your card
  • Print 10 bingo cards or 10,000 with 1, 2 or 4 bingo cards per page
  • Play virtual bingo from a computer, tablet or smartphone
  • Use the automatically generated random call list to conduct your game
  • Decide if you want to fix your words/images to a single column (like in traditional bingo), or shuffle them across the entire card.
  • Customize the size of your card with 5×5, 4×4 and 3×3 grids
  • Add as many words/images as you want
  • Choose whether you want a free space or not
  • Calculate the probability of someone winning your bingo game after a certain number of calls

How do I generate bingo cards?

Enter the bingo title, select the size of your bingo card grid, and type your items into the squares. Whatever items you enter into the squares will be shuffled around when the bingo cards are generated.

You can add numbers (like in traditional bingo), words, phrases, or pictures to your card. You can also customize the colors of the squares, and the bingo card itself.

Tip: You can put text and an image into a square. Use the text shadow to make the text “pop” against the background image. You can also change the vertical alignment of the text in the square so it does not cover the important parts of the image.

If your center square is the free space (and should not be shuffled around the card), make sure you check the “The center square is the free space” checkbox. Only 5×5 and 3×3 have a free space.

By default, when your cards are generated, the items are shuffled over the entire card. In traditional bingo, items are fixed to a certain column (and only shuffled within their respective column). To enable that, check the “Shuffle items only within their column” checkbox.

How does question/answer-style bingo work?

When you create your card, you can flip over a square to enter a clue/question. Whatever you enter on the back of your square will appear in the call list for your bingo game. For example, to help kids learn animal words, you might put the word “Bear” on the front of the square, and a picture of the bear on the back. When you play the game, the image of the bear will appear in the call list for your students to see. If they recognize the literal word “Bear” on their card, they would mark it.

You can use question/answer-style bingo to quiz players about anything!

How many bingo cards can I generate?

A 5×5 bingo card can generate 15511210043330985984000000 unique cards. A 3×3 bingo card can produce only 362880 bingo cards. Cards are randomly generated, so the probability of getting a duplicate is infinitesimal on a 5×5 card.

How do I print bingo cards?

After generating bingo cards or finding an existing bingo card, enter the number of cards you want to print, and select how many cards you want to print per page. You can print 1, 2 or 4 cards per page. Make sure you switch to landscape print mode on your printer to print 2 cards per page.

How do I play virtual bingo?

To play a virtual bingo game, simply send your players the bingo card URL. They can generate a virtual bingo card instantly. Here are more detailed instructions to play virtual bingo.

How do I call items?

A call sheet is included with your bingo game. Simply read the items off in the order you see them. You can also print the call sheet, cut it out, and pull the items from a hat.

How many items should I put on my bingo card?

You should at least fill the entire bingo card grid. A traditional number bingo card has 75 items. You can add up to 350 squares to your card.

I need more help

See the help page. But I strongly recommend you just play around. It’s bingo. You won’t break anything.

Create your own bingo cards with words and images, or choose from hundreds of existing cards. Print them or play online. It's easy. ]]>