Valentine Bingo Cards

Do you need a game to play at your child’s classroom Valentine’s Day party?  How about playing some Valentine Bingo with these free printable Valentine Bingo Cards?


Bingo is always a fun one that doesn’t take a lot of time or effort to plan or carry out, and the kids seem to enjoy it.  So I made up some Bingo cards and simply printed them out and laminated them.  This way we will be able to use them over and over again.


The cards are numbered from 1 to 24.  To play, you will need some game pieces.  We usually use small candies.  The ones pictured are heart Gobstoppers.  But we have used M&M’s or wrapped mini tootsie rolls.  But you could also use small pieces of paper or pennies. I realize many of you know how to play Bingo…but just in case here are some simple instructions. Simply give each child a card and a handful of game pieces.  Then the heart in the middle of the card is a free space. 

To play you just call out a number from 1 to 24. Or you can have them do math problems to come up with the correct number answer.   Write down each number as you call it so you know which ones have been called {or write out the numbers at first and then cross them off as you go}. As the kids have a number on their card, they cover it with the candy.  The first with five in a row call out Bingo and win.


Then the kids can either eat their game pieces, or you can just throw them away.   Do you want to make some of your own?  I have made it so that you can download these Bingo cards for yourself.  Just make sure to shuffle them around so no two cards are the same for each child.  Or you can print out the blank cards, laminate them and then write on your own numbers, or words {with dry erase pens and markers}…so that you can change them up to suit your needs. I have also provided 3 pre-numbered cards.    

To download the Valentine Bingo Cards click here:

Printable Valentine’s Day Bingo Cards

Blank Printable Valentine’s Day Bingo Card

These should print out to be 5 x 7’s.  I hope you enjoy them!


  1. I♥naptime w/ Chocolate Sundaes says

    So cute! I bet your kids just love all the fun things you create for them! Off to print some of these out! :) Thanks!

  2. bfw says

    Are those the candy hearts that also come in white? I'm from Virginia and haven't seen those Valentine's Day candy around in years!!!! They are my favorite! Where did you find the candy at?!

  3. Maggie says

    Wonderful! I love bingo games for kids. Did a candy bingo game last November for my 6 year old' birthday.

  4. Jill @ Blessings of a Lifetime says

    Thank you so much! We'll be using them for our little homeschool group's Valentine party this Friday! You are such a treasure!

    Blessings always! — Jill

  5. Gosfam says

    Oh Thanks!! I did HEART Bingo last year for my daughter's Kindergarten class and we used Conversation hearts as markers. They had so much fun!! I got a new computer since and didn't have my original cards so thank you because this is planned for 1st grade party now :)

  6. faithlikemustard says

    When my girls were in Kindergarten (and I thought regular Bingo might be too much of a challenge), I made cards that said "LOVE" instead of "Bingo" across the top. Then instead of numbers, I used different colored hearts. It made the game shorter (good for little attention spans) and they had an easier time with colors than numbers.

  7. Haley K says

    how fun! I love adding a festive flair to games & activities :) I sent this link to my sisters and mom(s)! ;) Thanks for the pre-numbered prints Amy. Hope you have a lovely weekend!

  8. Andrea says

    Thanks for the cards! I've printed them off to use with my kids and will be adding my own numbers for the kids in my classroom. :)

  9. Micki says

    Thank you for the printables! I just printed them out to use at my 2nd graders class party next week. Awesome!

  10. says

    Thanks for sharing your Valentine Bingo cards. I have taken the blank one and have added numbers so there will be 8 cards for my daughter to use in the school classes of her children. I wanted to get your permission to post these 8 cards with your template on my blog and I will also give you credit for your work. If that is ok, will you please email me back. If you would like copies of the ones that I have customized from your template, let me know and I will send them to you. I will also be using your template to make some for a younger school class and adding images instead of numbers. I would be willing to share those as well and would also like permission to share on my blog too. Please let me know.
    Thanks, Katie G.

    • Vera says

      Would you share your blog with me or email me the cards you made?

      Would love more cards for my kiddos Valentine’s Day party.

  11. Hlery says

    Thank you so much for making these. I am new to your blog and found these from searching for valentine bingo cards. They will be perfect for the kindergarten Valentine’s party I am helping with. I will, of course, send everyone to your blog when they ask. :) And I will be back for more ideas!

    Thanks again!

  12. Jodi says

    THANK YOU SO MUCH!!! saved me, was so worried about what to do at my daughters school party!

  13. Amy says

    THANK YOU! These are super cute. I teach Kindergarten and am also going to use these for my son’s 1st grade party!

  14. Donna says

    so cute.. but how do I get 20 assorted cards to print out? so each card has a different order of numbers?

    • Amy says

      I’m trying to do the same – or find a way to add numbers to the template. What am I doing wrong? These are darling!

  15. Beth says

    Thanks so much for the templates and game!
    My plan is to run the blank Valentine card on Red, Pink, and Purple copy paper, and have my 5th graders number their own card (1-24) in whatever random order they’d like.
    Since Perimeter is a Math skill for them, we’ll play until someone has a Perimeter Bingo!!
    I made a chart(x2) for myself with the BINGO & Numbers, so I can X them off as I call them & cut up the other chart for the call bucket.
    They can use candy hearts as game pieces:)

  16. Diana says

    I went to the link & downloaded the file & went to print it & it they printer super tiny. How do I enlarge the picture? Help:) I love this idea so fun for my 3rd grade class.

  17. Rhonda McCurry says

    A fellow room mother and I were searching for ideas for our 1st graders upcoming Valentine’s party. We came upon your site and are so thankful you offer these cards. We plan to print the three you have ready with numbers and use the blank card to make 17 more to have a total of 20 for our class. We will use conversation hearts as markers and have some neat chocolate hearts for prizes. We think this will go over really well and thank you for allowing us to use the template.
    Happy Valentine’s Day!

  18. Karla says

    These are adorable! Did anybody figure out how to edit the blank card? It comes up for me, but not sure how to add numbers to it. Thank you!

  19. Cheryl says

    These Valentine Bingo cards are so cute! Can you tell me how to get more than 3 cards? The website says there are 24 printable cards, but I only show 3 when I print them out from the free printables off facebook…


  20. Michaela says

    These cards are super cute and after searching many websites, I chose these. But, the site is very frustrating and I consider myself fairly tech savvy. I could not download the cards and it kept taking me to other cards and other websites.

  21. Angie says


    Sorry, I am confused. I am doing this for my son’s V-day party but it looks like the pre-made ones have only 3 different cards. His class has around 20 kids. Can I make up my own by typing in the #’s somehow instead of writing them in?

    Thanks so much!!!


  1. […] Bingo is a good game and an easy one to start the party out with because even if you have a few late arrivals they can jump right in with everyone else and start playing. Use Valentine candy for place markers. Have a few small prizes for every bingo and blackout winner. You don’t need to break the bank with this, it can be a simple box of conversation hearts and you can limit the number of prize winning bingos per child. You are in fact in charge of this party so do lay some ground rules or you may get run over. Be strong, you can do this.  Here is a link to free, printable Valentine bingo cards. […]

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