Planning an Easter party at home or in church? This Easter Bingo game featuring Easter eggs, bunnies, candy and other festive illustrations is perfect to liven up your celebration! Download 24 unique Easter Bingo Cards and 40 Easter Bingo Calling Cards below. You can also use this game to introduce a lesson on Easter: The Resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Bible: Matthew 28:1-10; Mark 16:1-11; Luke 24:1-12; John 20:1-18; 1 Corinthians 15:3-8
Ages: 6 and above
Group Size: 2 or more
Supplies: Easter Bingo Cards – Download Here, Easter Bingo Calling Cards – Download Here, a bag or container for the calling cards, Pens or pencils (alternatively, use Bingo chips, M&Ms, jellybeans, beads, Legos, coins or any small toy to mark the squares)
Download and print the Easter Bingo Cards.
This printable contains 24 unique Easter Bingo Cards. You do not need to print all the cards. Just print as many as you need. (If you have more than 24 players, you will need to print multiple copies.)
Download, print and cut up the Easter Bingo Calling Cards.
Place all 40 calling cards in a bag or container. Give it a good shake to mix up the cards.
How to Play Easter Bingo
Give each player 1 Easter Bingo Card. (If you like, you can also give each player 2 or more cards.)
Have everyone cross out the “Free Space” square in the middle of their Easter Bingo Cards. Alternatively, use a Bingo chip, M&M, jellybean, bead, Lego, coin or any small toy to mark the square.
The game leader randomly picks 1 Easter Bingo Calling Card at a time from the bag or container and reveals the image on the calling card to all the players.
Players with that image on their Easter Bingo Card can cross out that square.
The first player to cross out 5 squares in a row (in any direction) and shouts “Happy Bingo Easter!” wins.
For even more Easter games, check out our collection of Easter Egg Games.
Bible Lesson for Kids/Youths – Easter: Resurrection of Jesus
1. Did you enjoy the game?
2. Can you think of other Easter images to include in this game?
3. Do you celebrate Easter? Who do you usually celebrate Easter with? How do you celebrate?
4. Do you know why we celebrate Easter?
Many people hunt for Easter egg during Easter. Although Easter eggs are not mentioned in the Bible, they are used by Christians around the world to symbolize the empty tomb of Jesus. Every year on Easter Sunday, we remember and celebrate the resurrection of Jesus.
5. Why did the women go to the tomb?
6. What did they expect to see in the tomb?
7. What did they see instead?
8. What happened to Jesus after he died on the cross?
Yes, Jesus was crucified and died on the cross.
But Jesus did not remain dead for long. Jesus became alive again after 3 days!
1 Corinthians 15:3-8
9. Were the women (in Matthew 28:1-10) the only ones who saw Jesus after his resurrection?
The women went to the tomb to anoint the body of Jesus with the spices they had prepared. But the body of Jesus was not in the tomb. The angel explained to them that Jesus had risen from the dead. Jesus is alive!
Jesus is the Son of God. He came to earth to die on the cross to take the punishment for our sins. And on the third day, Jesus became alive again.
Because Jesus died on the cross, our sins can be forgiven. We can be with God and have a relationship with him. We can become his children and will one day be with him in heaven.
Related Bible Passages about the Resurrection of Jesus
Mark 16:1-11; Luke 24:1-12; John 20:1-18
Bible Lesson for Youths/Adults – Easter: Resurrection of Jesus
1. What is your favorite childhood memory of Easter.
2. What Easter traditions do you currently observe? What meaning do they hold for you?
Get Into the Word
Read John 20:11-18
3. Why do you think Mary didn’t recognize Jesus at first?
4. What did Jesus say that prompted Mary to recognize him?
Read John 20:19-31
5. What does Jesus say to the disciples?
6. What does he show them to confirm his resurrection?
7. How does the reality of Jesus’ resurrection impact the disciples?
Read 1 Corinthians 15:1-19
8. What are the key elements of the Gospel?
9. Why would “brothers” need to be reminded of the Gospel?
10. Can you be a Christian and not believe in the resurrection of Christ?
11. If Christ did not rise from the dead, what would it mean?
12. What would be some implications of a Christ who died and stayed dead?
Get the Word Into Your Life
13. Have you ever felt that God was speaking to you personally, calling you by name? Tell us about it.
14. How should the reality of Jesus’ resurrection impact your values, thoughts and actions?
Share the Gospel this Easter
Easter is a great time to share the message of salvation. As you celebrate the resurrection of Jesus, consider giving out unique Easter tracts such as The Lost Easter Egg Pop-up Tract during your Easter lesson, event or party. These Easter tracts feature clever pop-ups which tell the story of 3 children in search of a lost Easter egg. The 3 friends really, really want to find the lost Easter egg, just as God really, really wants to be with each one of us.
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