How to Make a Valentine Bingo Game

Valentine’s Day is a very special occasion in a year on which the people around the world express their love and care towards their loved ones by giving flowers, gifts and greeting cards. Even though, it is meant to be celebrated by the lovers. However, in the recent years, it has been celebrated by almost of the people around the globe who are bonded by any kind of relationship.

Valentine Bingo Game which is made by cards is a great amusement at homes or parties, especially for the kids. It is prepared by using different kinds of cards on which you can print and design anything of your choice. For instance, the children use different letters on the cards to play a word game.

If you are looking forward to make your own Valentine Bingo Game, you just need a little time and few materials. You can follow a simple procedure to design and create your Valentine Bingo Game.


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    First of all, open your Microsoft Word or any other word processor which you have on your PC.

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    Then, go to the ‘Page Setup’ option and set the page orientation to ‘Landscape’ and set the margins to 0.5 inch if you intend to make more than one bingo card on a single sheet of paper.

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    Now, go to ‘Insert Table’ option from the Table menu and create a table which contains 5 columns and 6 rows. If you have desktop publishing programme, you will have to draw the grid by yourself using the line tools.

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    Select any font of your choice (but make sure that the font is easily readable). Then, type ‘BINGO’ at the top of the table which you just created. You can also use any other word for instance, ‘HEART’ or ‘LOVED’.

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    You can type ‘Free in the centre cell of the table or you can use any other special symbol for the space which is free.

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    You should use hearts or any other clip art related to valentine in the table cells in order to make everyone unique. Moreover, you can also use numbers on the top of each cell to make it different.

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    After completing, save your word file and take out prints on colourful papers. Then, cut the sheets to make your bingo cards.

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