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Fitness Bingo

PDF | 19 pages|Grades: F - 7 | Starter Sheet

Thirty-two different fitness bingo grids for all ages.

Print out the 32 bingo grids and fitness cards and make a class set.

To play, give each student a bingo grid then pull out a fitness card from the pile. Students do the activity on the card then, if they have the corresponding fitness activity on their grid, students put a marker over the square that contains that activity. The first student to cover three pictures vertically or horizontally wins!

Use this resource in conjunction with our Pack of Fun’ – Quick Fitness Games.

The 25 fitness activities on the bingo grids include:

  • 10 scissors
  • 5 crunches
  • shuffle on the spot for 30 seconds
  • easy walk on the spot for 30 seconds
  • 4 right leg lunges
  • 12 star jumps
  • knee high jog on the spot for 30 seconds
  • 10 squats
  • 8 step touches
  • march on the spot for 30 seconds
  • sprint on the spot for 30 seconds
  • 6 push ups
  • 8 high knee lifts
  • 12 side to side jumps
  • 10 backwards forwards jumps
  • 2 grape vines
  • 15 second plank hold
  • side to side step for 30 seconds
  • 5 power jumps
  • 8 twists
  • 4 heel touches
  • hop on one leg for 30 seconds
  • 4 left leg lunges
  • row on the spot for 30 seconds
  • free choice

  Australian Curriculum alignment

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Rachel Grantham

These Fitness Bingo Cards are exceptional. I am using them to make a series of fitness stations so my students can challenge themselves and earn star stamps when one set of fitness challenges are completed.

Rachel Grantham · Nov 25th, 2018


Hi Rachel,
Thank you for your lovely comment. I am so glad you are enjoying our resources.

Kristian · Nov 26th, 2018

Trudi Martin

My class LOVED this activity! They want to play it over and over.

Trudi Martin · Nov 12th, 2016

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