Introducing Goway Animal Bingo

Outdoors & Animals

Goway Animal Bingo

Ready for bingo? Until we can start heading out on safari again, test your wildlife-spotting skills with our Goway Animal Bingo game.

Start by seeing how many of these animals you can name. Think of this as a game to play while you’re preparing the game! Then, use the rules below to get started with your preferred level of Goway Animal Bingo. Easy, Medium, Hard, or WILD!

Download and start playing Goway Animal Bingo game.

EASY – Animal names

Write the name of each animal on its own equally sized piece of card, ball, or whatever you’d like to use to randomly draw each animal. The first player to get five animals in a row on their Goway Bingo card wins!

Of course, just like regular bingo, you can mix things up with wins for players who make ‘four corners,’ each animal on the outer or inner ring of the card or an ‘X’ across the middle.

MEDIUM – Home countries

Too easy? Okay, let’s make things harder.

Write down as many countries as you can think of, and call these out instead of the animal names. When each country is called out, check off the animal/s that can be found in that country.

HARD – Fun facts

Write down a fact (or two, or three) unique to each pictured animal. Read the facts out instead of the animal names or home countries. Let’s see how much you really know about the creatures of our world!

WILD! – Get out there

Mark off the Goway Bingo animals you’ve seen in person to set your safari goals for when travel returns. You can make this as hard or as easy as you want. Eg: You don’t have to have seen the animal in the wild, but if you have seen a Black Panther in its natural habitat, we’re super envious.

BONUS ROUND – Goway Fish!

If you know how to play Go Fish, you know how to play Goway Fish. Print off four copies of our Goway Bingo sheet, and cut it so that each animal photo is its own card. Don’t write anything on the back… okay, maybe our logo if you want your cards to look extra cool. Follow the same rules you would playing Go Fish, until all 24 animals have been matched up in their sets of four matching cards. The player with the highest number of sets at the end of the game wins Goway Fish.