Today I’m bringing a super easy and inexpensive craft, perfect for kids of all ages (including toddlers!). My specialty item for this product is a package of Glow in the Dark Stickers that the super folks over at craftprojectideas.com sent to me.
Glow in the Dark Bingo
- The Bingo Card Printable (see below)
- Heavy card stock for printer
- A ton of plastic bottle caps from soda/water bottles
- Glow in the Dark Foam Stickers, like these from CraftProjectIdeas
Print off the Bingo Card Printable. Right click the below image and save it to your computer. Print it off as whatever size desired. Print it as a smaller size to get more than one card on a sheet, or print it as a larger size as just one card on a sheet of paper. Keep in mind your sticker size when choosing the card size. If the card is smaller, the stickers need to be smaller or they will not fit in the boxes.
Place various glow-in-the-dark stickers on the squares on the printable. If the pack doesn’t have enough different ones, use a collection of the same ones on different squares. Be sure to check your stickers. I didn’t realize that all the stickers in my pack were not glow in the dark until after the fact. All the stickers need to be glow in the dark so the kiddos can play the game in the twilight.
Place glow-in-the-dark stickers on top of the bottle caps. I used the same stickers as the ones on the bingo card. This way, it can also be a Bingo Matching game!
Make enough for all the kiddos to have a fun, quick game- perfect for those summer sleepover nights where all the kids are up late!
Disclosure: I was sent a craft products from craftprojectideas.com in hopes that I would use them and mention them in a blog post. All opinions and crafts are my own.