Print BINGO handouts
Here are BINGO playing cards with many colors you might see in nature:
They have the same colors, just randomly moved around.
You'll need to print this out on a color printer. If you don't have access to one, you could create a grid with the same dimensions and have your kids color them with crayons.
You can print these out and use them as-is, where you kids cross out the colors they find with a pencil or crayon. They might find it easier to cross out the items they find if you put the cards on a clipboard or book.
If you use crayons or pencils to cross out items, you only get one usage per sheet. So we came up with a handy-dandy BINGO card holder from recycled cardboard, that allows unlimited games. Continue with the following steps if you'd like to make your own.