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Whether your children have had the chance to see FROZEN the movie by Disney in the theater or not, it is likely that an Olaf toy, an Elsa toy, or an Anna toy is on their wishlist. We were saving a trip to see this film as one of the family activities we could do to celebrate our daughter's birthday this month. Still, even not having seen the film yet, she was super-excited when we went to shop at Walmart for FROZEN toys. I was particularly looking for a variety of figures from the movie to do a photo bingo game craft for my children, but there were not enough different figures in stock to do what I wanted. Then we saw the Disney FROZEN Castle Play Set and decided to purchase it because my idea began to evolve. Plus, who could resist this pretty-pleeeeeeease face . . .
Since the play set only comes with an Olaf figure, we agreed that our daughter would use her own Christmas and birthday money to buy the Anna and Elsa dolls to go with the castle. In the meantime, the castle will be used with her other fashion dolls and may very well be turned into an evil lair or a secret hideout by her two brothers at some point.
After we shopped that day, we stopped into the Subway at Walmart for lunch. Along with their Fresh Fit Kids Meals, the twins received an Olaf keychain (a Walmart Subway exclusive), a FROZEN jigsaw puzzle, and their meals came in two different styles of FROZEN-themed reusable bags. The twins were wondering what they could put in their new bags, but I already knew what they would be perfect for . . . our DIY Disney FROZEN Castle Bingo Game!
What you'll need to make your own FROZEN Castle Bingo Game:
- Print out pages 1 and 2. Then cut out the 4 bingo boards.
- Print out page 3. Then cut out each individual bingo calling card.
- (Optional) Print out page 4 if you would like a reference for the names of the items shown in each picture.
- Small items to use as bingo markers (see suggestions below)
- A paper or reusable lunch bag to store the bingo calling cards (bag should not be see-thru)
- A sandwich bag to store the bingo markers
- A small tote to store all the items above
TO PRINT: Be sure your printer is on and ready to print. Click on the desired image to enlarge. Then right-click and select print. Use your browser's back arrow to return to this page.
What can you use for bingo markers?
I really wanted bingo markers that were fun and went well with the theme and colors of the bingo boards. I wandered around Walmart for awhile and then I found this set of 4 faux gem elasticized bracelets in the party favors section for just $2.97. That's when I got the idea to cut the elasticized string and use the individual gems as bingo markers. I also had some sparkly pompoms I had picked up in a craft store and thought those looked like they could be snowballs. I really could not decide which bingo markers I liked better, so I decided to use them both!
Some other ideas for small items to use as bingo markers would be blue and white M&Ms, buttons, foam shapes, and pennies. What else could you use?
Making this bingo game was easy, although a little time-consuming. All I had to do was take photos of different things in the Disney FROZEN Castle Play Set. Then a resized the images, cropped them into identically sized squares, and digitally pasted them onto a large solid colored square. To make the calling cards, I just used the same images I used on each bingo board and digitally pasted them onto one page. You could really make this bingo game with any theme as long as you have enough items to photograph.
In addition to enjoying this DIY Disney FROZEN Castle Bingo Game with your children on a rainy or snowy day, it would also make a fun inexpensive party favor for a FROZEN-themed birthday party. You can just print and cut out a set for each guest and include a little bag of M&Ms to use as bingo markers in the goodie bag! What do you think?!