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Car Bingo

Introduction

When someone spots an animal, road sign, or other item that is shown on the game boards, she points it out to the other players, who then mark the corresponding picture on their boards. (A horse on a billboard or in a trailer is as good as one in the field.) The first person to get five pictures in a row -- horizontally, vertically, or diagonally -- wins.

To make a set of reusable playing boards, cut the four quadrants from our page of bingo cards, and have them laminated at a copy shop. That way, boxes can be checked off with erasable markers and then wiped clean for another use. Alternatively, you can produce one-use boards by photocopying, cutting out, and marking with pen or pencil during play.

Source
Martha Stewart Living, April 2002

Reviews (5)

  • lizbaughman 17 Jul, 2010

    The address will not fit, so you have to put these next two lines together:
    http://images.marthastewart.com/images/content/web/
    pdfs/2007Q2/ka0507_carbingo.pdf

  • lizbaughman 17 Jul, 2010

    http%3A%2F%2Fimages.marthastewart.com%2Fimages%2Fcontent%2Fweb%2Fpdfs%2F2007Q2%2Fka0507_carbingo.pdf

  • marleymae 5 Jul, 2010

    Stacyrusak made a comment in March of '08 about the link on this page. It is still incorrect on July 5, 2010. Who reads these at MS??

  • stacyrusak 29 Mar, 2008

    The above link doesn't return the correct bingo cards. Instead, the link connects to twelve numeric cards, not the intended travel ones. ???