Conversation Heart B-I-N-G-O [Free Valentine Bingo Printable]

Printable Free LOVE Bingo - Use a bag of conversation hearts and this printable, enough cards for 10 people! | | #valentine #game #classroom #bingo #printable

Printable Free LOVE Bingo - Use a bag of conversation hearts and this printable, enough cards for 10 people! | | #valentine #game #classroom #bingo #printableThis post is one I was honored to guest post at Skip To My Lou  yesterday. Now its time to share it with anyone who might have missed it!!

One of my favorite memories of school, is a Valentine’s party my mother lead in my classroom around 2nd grade. Way back before computers, my mother agonized over making Conversation Heart Bingo cards for the class- using only the colors of the hearts for the cards. From what I remember- they were awesome.

Its that memory that has inspired this wonderful set. Rather than using the colors of hearts, this set uses the numerous phrases found on Brach’s Classic Conversation hearts. (Yes, I bought a bag, and looked at every single candy until I had a list of all of the phrases. ;D ) So, all you have to do is pull candies out of the bag to play!

This free Valentine Bingo printable includes 10 unique cards, each with a free space in the middle. They print 2 on a page and are perfect for classrooms and parties! (Maybe even adults too!)

 Download the Cards

Playing Valentine bingo is a nice treat for the day, and with 10 unique cards you can play with all your friends! If you have more than 10 people to play with (say, in a classroom) just double the cards. There will be two winners per round, but who doesn’t like that!?
Oh! And don’t forget to pair these with my Sweet Candy Bottles. Fill them with Brach’s hearts and give them with the printable to your favorite teacher!


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25 thoughts on “Conversation Heart B-I-N-G-O [Free Valentine Bingo Printable]

    1. I’m so sorry you’re having trouble! I just printed the PDFs and everything worked out great. What program are you printing from?

  1. These will be such fun for me to play with my grandchildren today.

    They are beautifully done, as well. Thank you for sharing the template. I know it took some time to create these, and now all I have to do is hit print.

  2. I tried printing them and am having the same trouble with the heading. I am using an HP 610 color printer.
    It does not print on my Brother black and white laser printer either. I have a Mac desktop.

  3. I {heart} it! Pinning for next Valentine’s Day!

    Thank you for being a part of “A Little Birdie Told Me…” Tuesday at Rook No. 17! This week’s party is in full swing and I’d be honored if you’d come by and share more of your talent!

    Warmest wishes,
    Jenn/Rook No. 17

  4. Trying to print the card but I was having some trouble as well the first time. The jpeg version works though. Thanks Kayla! Really appreciate it.

  5. Thanks you so much for doing this. It saved me so much time and energy. I will be using it in myu son’s 4th grade class tomorrow!

    1. Hey Debbie! One of my favorite things about these cards is that you call them by using the bag of candy! Just pick up some Brach’s brand conversation hearts! (Granted, this is from 2012, so if they’ve added sayings to the candy since then they won’t be included. Just skip them =D )

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