General Conference Bingo! The Red Headed Hostess

Here is a General Conference BINGO card set for you if you are looking for a way to keep your little ones engaged during General Conference.


Depending on the age of your child, I have provided 2 sets of cards in the printout below.

There is a 5 x 5 for those that can manage that many things, and a 3 x 3 for those who need less words to keep track of.

If you have cardstock, I would use that.

Here are the bingo words and clues.

Just print these out as well and cut them up into individual squares so then your kids can choose which ones they want on their cards – and also every card will be different since they will choose different clues (there are more clues than boxes) and they will put them in different places.

I would use m&m candies or fruit loops or something and once they get an entire line on their card they get to eat them.

Here is the PDF for you:

general conference  Bingo


  1. My kids have played General Conference Bingo for years. We started with m&m’s as the markers, but they got kind of disgusting after a while. Then we switched to wrapped candy, but the kids were eating too much candy. So finally I pulled out some craft foam shapes that I happened to have on hand. We now use those for markers and the kids get a treat when they get a bingo. They are very happy with this arrangement and get several bingos over the two days.

    I am now sad that I did not think to send bingo cards, markers and treats to my missionary boys. Oh well, I can do it in 6 months.

  2. I love the idea of having my boys build their own card. They will enjoy “strategizing” and choosing to place their pieces to build a board that will get them bingo the fastest. Plus- it’s one more thing for them to do quietly while they listen to conference! Thanks so much for all the work you do for us. You are inspirational. Have a wonderful conference!

  3. Thank you for the work! My boys love picking words and when they hear it they get a tally or a m&m… This is perfect 🙂

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