Bingo is a game of chance, just like love. Make and play this colorful good-luck game with friends (but don’t play with their hearts).
Cut several game cards from white construction paper or recycled cardboard with Crayola Scissors. Mark six rows on each card using Crayola Twistables® and a ruler. Then mark five columns to form a grid of squares.
Write LOVEU in capital letters across the top row, one letter at the top of each column. Draw Valentine messages and symbols in each of the 25 empty squares. Write a list of all the symbols and messages you used for the Bingo caller.
Form small hearts or other Bingo tokens with Crayola Model Magic®. Make sure the tokens fit inside the card squares! Make enough for every player to cover their card completely. Air-dry the tokens over night.
To play Bingo: Agree on rules of play. Caller announces a letter from L-O-V-E-U and a symbol or message (for example: O-Kiss or U-Candy or L-Miss You).
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