This interactive Get to Know You Bingo game is perfect for kids to play as an ice breaker! Use this during the first week back to school or as a camp ice breaker. Kids will love learning about their classmates or peers with this fun bingo game!
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Free Printable Get to Know You Bingo
This set of Getting to Know You Bingo cards is the perfect icebreaker activity for kids! Use this for the first week back to school or as a camp ice breaker activity. For another fun ice breaker activity, print off our Would You Rather Questions for Kids cards.
There are a few different ways you can use the cards:
- Use the same card for everyone
- Randomly hand out different cards
- Kids can pick which card they want to complete
Grab the free printable cards at the bottom of the post.
Hand out the cards and then kids can go around to their peers and try to find someone on their card that matches a square. You can also make it a challenge to see who can finish their card the fastest.
How to Play Get To Know You Bingo
Encourage kids to interact with one another to see if they have something on their card that matches one of their peers. They can walk around asking questions one square at a time or work with the peer to find a square that applies to them. As they find someone that fits the square description, they will get a chance to learn something new about them in the process. Then they can mark that square as completed by crossing it off with a marker or pencil.
You can also make it a game to see who can fill up their card the fastest.
Bingo Marker Options
Pencil or Markers: You can have kids cross out the spots with a marker or a dot marker. If you laminate the cards you can also use dry erase markers.
How Can I Play With More People?
There are 10 unique cards included. If you have more than 10 players you can print more cards and more than one player will have a similar card. Alternatively, you can select one card that everyone has to complete.
How to Print the Bingo Cards
Make sure you review the Print Preview before printing. Every printer is different so make sure you select “Print to Fit to Size” or look at the printer Scale Features (you can print at 90% scale) in your printer settings so that it does not print cut off if you are having issues.