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How do you play Christmas Bingo?
You can play one of two ways.
The first way is to play the game the traditional way using cards with numbers, only in order to win you must make a tree on your card.  Here is an example:

Now the much more fun way to play Christmas Bingo is to play it like we described Baby Shower Bingo, Bridal Bingo,  etc. on our History of Bingo page and our Halloween Bingo.  

We also offer you a FREE bingo card to print out for your customized games also.


1.  Across the top of the card replace the B-I-N-G-O with either
A-N-G-E-L or  G-I-F-T-S.
Tip: B-I-N-G-O should be replaced by a word that 
does not have any letters duplicated to avoid confusion.

You can't use Santa because there are two A's and it makes it confusing.  If there is another 5-letter word you prefer that doesn't duplicate any letters feel free to use it.

2.  Give all your players a blank card.

3.  Then give them a listing of the words they can choose from to play with (see below) and have them write those on the card as follows:

(a) Provide the LETTER first and then the word so that they don't just put these words anyplace and then have a harder time to find them when you call out the game.
(b) Keep 2 sheets for yourself.  One to keep track of what has been called and one to cut up to put into a bowl to call from.

4.  Define the type of game before you call. A regular bingo, a full cover game or whatever else you choose.

Below are some examples of words based on the header
A-N-G-E-L at the top of the card.






A = Tree
A = Ribbon
A = Presents
A = Lights
A = Snowman
A = Gifts
A = Angels
A=  Carols
A = Holly
A = Santa
A = Kris Kringle
A = Father Christmas
A =  North Pole
A =  Red Suit
A = Beard
A = Jolly 
A  = Yes, Virginia
A =  Mistletoe
A =  Reindeer
N = Rudolph
N = Dancer
N = Prancer
N = Donner
N = Blitzen
N = Comet
N = Cupid
N = Dasher
N = Vixen
N = Sleigh
N = Bows
N = Pine cones
N = Fireplace
N = Yule Log
N = Plum Pudding
N = Mrs. Santa
N = Pine
N = Evergreen
N = Fir
N = Wreath
N=Candy Cane
G= Tidings
G= Nativity
G = Christ Child
G = Mass
G = Service
G = Holiday
G = December
G = Manger
G = Mary
G = Joseph
G = Shepherds
G = Kings
G = Star
G = Bethlehem
G = Christ Child
G = Savior
G = Donkey
G = Hay
G = Incense
G = Myrrh
E = Ecclesiastic
E = Snowfall
E= White Christmas
E = Frosty
E = Red Nose
E = Fruit Cake
E = Cookies
E = Milk
E = Chimney
E = Tinsel
E = Bulbs
E = Ornaments
E = Rooftop
E = Giving
E = Donations
E = Charities
E = Spirit
E = Traditions
E = Cards
E = Christmas Seals
E = Sugarplums
L = Toy Soldiers
L = Nutcracker
L = Shopping
L = Sales
L = Bargains
L = Credit Cards
L = Family
L = Travel
L = Malls
L = Stores
L = Goose
L = Stockings
L = St. Nicholas
L = Wrappings
L - Scotch Tape
L = Peeking
L = Xmas List
L = Letter (to Santa)
L = Decorations
L = Office Parties
L = December
L = Xmas Stamps

 I just typed these off the top of my head and so I'm sure you can think of many more. Anyway, you get the idea?

You can play this with friends and family over and over until the Christmas dinner is done or it's time to open presents.
Happy Holidays!

Don't forget to visit our other Holiday Bingo at:

and Check out our
Halloween Bingo
 Valentine Bingo!
Thanksgiving Bingo!
Easter Bingo!
Ham Radio Bingo!
(This has it's own card)


Christmas Charades

 Just like with our Halloween Bingo and Charades, the Christmas games work along the same lines.  Charade rules vary per family or friends, so I will not list those.  But below are some additional words that are good for Charades as far as movies, songs and books.

For further ideas, please visit our two Christmas Trivia  and
Holly Jolly Trivia  pages.
Those pages could give you more ideas.

Bing Crosby
Holiday Inn
White Christmas
A Christmas Carol
Charles Dickens
The Littlest Angel
Charlie Brown's Christmas
Grinch Stole Christmas
It Came Upon a Midnight Clear
Sleigh Ride
Blue Christmas
Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree
Nutcracker Suite
Go Tell it on the Mountain

Away in the Manager
Hark the Harold Angels
Silent Night
We Three Kings
We Need A Little Christmas
The Most Wonderful Time of the Year
Oh Tannenbaum
All I want for Christmas is my two front teeth
Alvin and The Chipmunks
Star of Bethlehem
Christ Child
A Hobo's Christmas
Christmas Pageants

Jack Frost
Glad Tidings
World Peace
Stringing Popcorn
A Marshmallow World
WInter Wonderland
I'll be Home for Christmas
Let it Snow
Pretty Paper
Little Drummer Boy
Do You Hear What I Hear?
Toy Trains
Cabbage Patch Dolls
Barbie Dolls
Christmas Bonus

Our Main Page has graphic links to more Xmas fun!

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