This Free Coronation Bingo Printable Game is a super fun way to watch King Charles III’s coronation on Saturday 6th May. All you have to do is print off the Bingo cards and the bingo tokens to cover the picture when you have seen it.
Coronation Bingo Printable
I love a celebration and as much as I know that the coronation is going to be an amazing and perhaps a once in a lifetime experience, it may not hold kids’ attention, which is why I created this fun family coronation Bingo game. It will help give them something to focus on during what will be a solum religious service at times.
How to Play Coronation Bingo
This is a coronation bingo printable is a scavenger hunt-style game of bingo. Where you get a card and whilst you are watching the King’s coronation if you stop anything on your game card, you cover it over with a token (that way you don’t need a bingo caller). However, We also have an extra sheet with every item in the game so you can cut them out and use as you would a traditional game of bingo.
Just like traditional bingo you can have prizes for lines (but you need to decide if diagonal is allowed) or for a full house. The Winner will have to shout Bingo or perhaps something fun like “King” for a full house or “Prince” for a line. Yes, I love a themed game here!
How to Download your Coronation Bingo
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All you need to do is add click on add to cart and they will be added to your shopping cart. When you are finished click on the orange shopping trolley at the top right of your page and follow the instructions on the screen. You will not be charged and the free pdf file will be available for you to download immediately and will also be emailed to your inbox.
If you don’t want to print out the tokens you could just mark them straight off on the paper with a pen. The images make it easy for the younger family members to get involved.
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I always print my printables directly onto 160 gsm cardstock using my Epson Ecotank Printer rather than regular paper, this way they are a little more durable and the pens do not bleed through to the other side.