Are you looking for an interactive activity that will engage your children in the minority language this holiday season?
Well, look no more! This Christmas bingo printable in Spanish is a fun activity to learn Spanish at home or in the classroom. Play it in small groups or in large groups of up to 10. Preschoolers, young children and kids of all ages will love playing this fun game!
Get the entire family involved in this fun Christmas activity to fill the air with Christmas spirit!
Happy playing! Make sure to tag me on social media so we can see your family or classroom playing this Spanish bingo game together! Just tag me @lorenaylennox! I would be delighted!
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What do you need for this Christmas bingo PRINTABLE in Spanish?
For this printable activity, you will need first need to download and print off the Christmas Bingo PDF. You can purchase the bingo sheets and printable cards in my Etsy shop for $4.97
- 8.5 x 11 printer paper or card stock
- A printer
- Bingo chips or something to mark bingo with such as pebbles or rocks. Christmas m&m or Hershey Kisses candies would be super festive!
- A laminator and laminating sheets if you want to save this game and play it again another day! If you use laminating sheets, you can use dry erase markers to mark your spots!
What comes in this Christmas Bingo Set in Spanish?
This beautiful watercolor Christmas bingo print off set comes with 20 adorable Christmas bingo cards in Spanish.
The printable bingo cards include a watercolor graphic with the name of the image in Spanish. Play this game over and over again and your children will start to identify the different words in Spanish.
Here are the different calling cards that come included in the set:
|El muñeco de nieve
|El bastón de caramelo
|El hombre de jengibre
|El globo de nieve
|El chocolate caliente
|El árbol de navidad
You will also receive six bingo sheets to go along with the vocabulary cards.
The call sheets include 8 Christmas images as well as a free space.
The person who fills their call sheet first is the Bingo winner! A good old classic blackout bingo!
How to Play this Christmas game IN SPANISH?
This game of bingo is super straightforward to play! Let’s do a quick rundown of how to play this fun holiday activity.
First, print off the different bingo cards and bingo sheets, I recommend laminating them so you can save them for future use!
Then, cut out the laminated cards.
Once the Christmas vocabulary cards are cut out, place the different cards face down in a pile or in random order.
Give each player a bingo mat.
Then in order (youngest to oldest/ clockwise/ however you choose) pick up a card from the pile. Have the person picking up the card say what card they have in Spanish.
Have each player use their bingo markers to mark Christmas words on their own bingo cards.
Lastly, all players with the selected vocabulary card on their bingo sheet, should mark it with a bingo chip.
The first player to fill their card wins!
Is this not the perfect game for class parties or some home language fun?
Tips to get maximum language use from this Christmas Bingo game in Spanish!
- To make sure you get the absolute most language use out of this Bingo game, state the rule that the family is only allowed to speak in Spanish!
- If the child flips a card and does not know the word of the image on the card, help them out with the pronunciation.
Then, you can ask questions or say phrases such as:
“¿Quién tiene el ____? “
“¡Solamente mamá tiene la ______!”
“¡Wau, todos temos los ___!”
Repeating phrases like this to include the vocabulary word with help the new Spanish vocabulary stick!
- Allow your child sufficient time to process the card that has been chosen, and to identify the object on their card. Try not to interject or speed up their finding process. Doing so might confuse the child or discourage participation.
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More Christmas activities in Spanish to do with your kids
Now that you have some Christmas songs that you can put on for the littles esta Navidad, now let’s get their little hands working and their little brains churning with the following Christmas activities in Spanish!
- For starters, check out one of these 25 Spanish picture books with Christmas and winter themes for the kiddos! There is no better way to learn languages than through some good old-fashioned Spanish picture books!
- Make a DIY Christmas card and add one of these 57+ Merry Christmas Quotes in Spanish.
- Watching problem-solving skills in action with this Christmas maze printable packet in Spanish.
- Fire up your printer and print out some of my free Christmas printables like these Christmas coloring pages in Spanish, or this Christmas word tracing worksheet.
- Get some writing practice with this Letter to Santa in Spanish! Write one each year and save them for your child to read when they’re older. See how their Spanish progresses over time.
- Practice reading sight words with these color by sight word Christmas coloring pages in Spanish.
- Put the language to test with this interactive Spanish Christmas bingo with 24 Christmas bingo cards with different Christmas vocabulary in Spanish!
- You can do all of these activities and the activities listed below (not in Spanish) while listening to some Spanish Christmas songs, or playing Spanish Christmas YouTube videos for kids!
Even more Christmas activities for kids!
For more hands-on, play-based activities to do this Christmas with the littles, check out some of my following posts below!
- An Easy & Sensory Peppermint Slime Recipe To Make this Christmas!
- Easy Christmas Tree Craft for Preschoolers
- A Sensory and Fine Motor Pomander Activity To Do With Your Kids This Holiday!
- Peppermint Sensory Salt Writing Tray for Preschoolers