Earth Day Bingo Free Printable

Earth Day Bingo Game Cards are a great way to teach kids why they should recycle, reduce and reuse as much as they can this Earth Day. These colorful cards with pictures associated with Earth Day are fun and entertaining to play with.

Earth Day Bingo Printable

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Earth Day, celebrated worldwide on April 22nd, is an annual event to support environmental protection and reduce waste. As its popularity keeps growing, this is the phenomenon happening globally as more people are getting aware of why it is important to promote clean and healthy living.

Earth Day highlights how fragile our planet is and ways to make sure that measures are taken so that we can provide a better environment for our future generations.


Earth Day Bingo is a great way to teach kids in a classroom, home, or community how they can help protect this beautiful planet. As they play this fun and engaging game and come across different images associated with Earth Day, discuss how each of these tasks is important to achieve green living.

Here are some of the simple things they can do to help protect the planet and promote green living.

  • Reduce Waste
  • Reuse Natural Resources
  • Recycle
  • Plant more Trees
  • Conserve Water
  • Shop Wisely
  • Use Environment Friendly Light Bulbs
  • Use Eco Friendly Bags
  • Say No to Plastic
  • Walk or Use Bicycle
  • Read Books about Earth
  • Volunteer for Cleanups in Community
  • Start a Conversation
  • Educate Others about Green Living
  • Unplug and spend more time outdoors

There are so many other things that children and students can learn about Earth Day if interest can be generated among them. This printable game is sure to keep kids and adults busy and engaging for a while.

One of those fun and educational activities for kids, this Earth Day Bingo is sure to be a hit while matching the pictures associated with Earth Day celebrations.

You can play this Printable Earth Day Bingo Game with kids at home, school or in a community gathering.

Printable Bingo Game

What’s included in the package?

This package comes with 8 unique Earth Day bingo cards and a calling sheet.

Although anyone can play Earth Day Bingo Game, this is a perfect Earth Day activity for kids.

Free Printable Earth Day Bingo

Since these are prefilled bingo cards, kids will be able to recognize different characters or images associated with Earth, Recycling and saving energy, while trying to match each of the images.

Set of 30 Earth Day Bingo Game Cards

If you have more than 8 people, you can make groups of people with 8 or less people, or go for this set of 30 Earth Day bingo cards. Each of these cards comes with different characters associated with Earth Day.

These premium Earth Day Bingo Cards come in Full Size and Half Size. You have the option of printing one card per page or two cards per page on a letter-size paper.

Set of 30 Bingo Cards Printable

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Create your own Bingo Game Cards

These free printable Earth Day bingo game cards come with images associated with Earth Day.

Would you rather have text words rather than pictures in the bingo card squares?

You can create your own custom bingo cards with this Bingo Card Generator. You can edit the text, title, text color and so much more.

Make your own bingo cards

Create your Own Earth Day Bingo Cards

You can edit or add the text, title, colors, and words list to create your own Earth Day Bingo Game cards. Make sure to browse other bingo cards as well and create for other occasions and activities.

To keep playing year after year, Laminate them for durability and protection. Have the players use a dry erase marker. If you don’t want to use the markers, you can use treats like M&Ms, Skittles, Cereals, candies, paper clips etc.

You can even use Lego pieces or other material of your choice.

Earth Day Bingo Printable

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How to play Earth Day Bingo?

To play Earth Day Bingo, you will need:

  • Paper markers or Small candy
  • Bingo cards
  • Scissors
  • Printer


  • Print the bingo cards using thick card stock paper.
  • Distribute the bingo cards among the players.
  • Print the calling card and cut out the small squares.
  • Put them in a pile in a bowl.
  • Start playing by having one person pull out a small square card out of the pile and call it out or by showing the picture or saying the number on the card.
  • Players look for that picture or number on their bingo card. If they find the similar image or number, they cover it with the small candy or mark it off with the paper marker.
  • Continue pulling out the small squares from the bag or hat one at a time.
  • Once someone cross off five in a row, they shout out BINGO and win that game.
  • Space in the center is Free space.

You don’t need any special preparations to make these, and no mess to clean up after they are done playing.

Free Printable Earth Day Bingo

Earth Day Bingo Printable

This no prep game is perfect to share more about Earth Day with children, students and grown-ups. When you explain something educational in an entertaining way, it is bound to be received with much more enthusiasm.

Earth Day Activities for Kids

Are you looking for Earth Day Activities for Kids? Make sure to download this Free Earth Day Word Search. You can use this Word Search as is, or edit it using your own words list.

Earth Day Word Search. Kids will enjoy solving this Earth Day Word Search by finding the words associated with Earth, Saving Energy and Recycling.
Save the Earth Word Search
Earth Day Crossword Puzzle. Earth Day Crossword is another fun puzzle that students and grown-ups can solve and find more about Earth Day. Download this free printable Earth Day Crosswords as is, or edit this puzzle to use your own clues list.

Note: printables are for personal use only. You cannot modify, resell or redistribute them. You cannot claim the design as your own. If you share printables, credit must be given to and link back to this blog post or this blog.

How are you planning to celebrate Earth Day? Please share in the comments below!

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