The Print and Play category on the Play Nintendo website hosts Nintendo-themed printables that include children's activity sheets, decorative posters, bingo cards, and others.
The following table lists Mario-related printables found in this category.
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Holiday wish list printable
You can let everyone know which systems, games, & accessories are on the top of your holiday wish list with this handy printable! For more great gift ideas, you can check out the Nintendo Holiday Gift Guide.
You can shout “Let’s-a go BINGO!” if you’re the first to make a row of images from the Super Mario 64 game, the Super Mario Sunshine game, or the Super Mario Galaxy game. There are three BINGO cards to choose from—one for each of the three adventures in the Super Mario 3D All-Stars game, available exclusively for the Nintendo Switch system.
We’re setting the stage for Mushroom Kingdom fun with these printable decorations! You can download and print two poses each for Mario, Luigi, Princess Peach, and Toad, along with a handful of items. You can cut out the decorations carefully along the dotted lines (kids, ask a grown-up for help with scissors!) and then use tape to hang the decorations on windows, walls, or anywhere you’d like (with a parent’s permission, of course).
You can create a paper-crafted scene from the Paper Mario: The Origami King game for the Nintendo Switch system. Or you can hide the paper Toad pieces around the room for a friend to find—just like Mario searches for Toads hidden throughout the game!
You can pass the time between dinner and dessert with fun activities like a crossword puzzle, a word search, a maze, and a Yoshi grid drawing! By the way, you can print out a Mushroom Kingdom holiday placemat for everyone at the kiddie table.
Polterpup is a ghostly pooch who helps Luigi in the Luigi’s Mansion 3 game. This printable stencil can turn your flashlight into a Polterpup projector! The stencil design is inspired by the in-game Flashlight Type-P, which is exclusively available in the Luigi’s Mansion 3 Multiplayer Pack paid DLC.
What happens when you convert Luigi’s biological data into an electrical signal, then input it into a gooey element? You get Gooigi, an exceedingly green copy of Luigi who can help solve puzzles and fight ghosts in the Luigi’s Mansion 3 game. You can make your own Gooigi mask with this printable craft!
Luigi is trapped in a ghost-filled labyrinth, and he needs your help to escape. Don’t be scared—all you have to do is print off the maze on a piece of paper and trace an escape path with your pencil (or pen, if you’re feeling confident). Seriously, stop shaking.
You can really let your imagination run wild when you’re building courses in the Super Mario Maker 2 game. But what if your imagination is on vacation? You can download and print this paper fortune-teller craft to find game styles, themes, and special suggestions to help spark your creativity!
Captain Toad, Toadette, Shy Guy, and Goomba could use a little color! Here are four different coloring sheets featuring characters from the Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker game. You can learn more about the game at the official site.
Instructions: 1. Click the Download & Print button. 2. Open the file on your computer, then print a Bingo card for each player. 3. Carefully cut out the star boxes (8 red and 8 blue) on the bottom of the bingo card. 4. Play rock-paper-scissors to see who picks the first minigame. 5. The winner of the first minigame puts a star on the minigame’s Bingo square and chooses the next minigame. 6. The first player to complete a row gets to shout BINGO!
Learning to draw Mario just got a little bit easier! You can print out this practice sheet, then try your hand at drawing these side-by-side Marios. Once you’re ready, you can then check out our cool how-to video to watch as a Nintendo artist draws Mario!
The Mini Mario toys need your help! Somehow they've found themselves stuck in a maze and they keep marching into the red girders...and each other. Can you help them find their path? You don't need a Circus Kong to help boost them up...a pencil will work just fine.