So I don’t know about your schools, but ours were encouraging summer reading. And by encouraging, I mean throwing scary statistics at us about AVERAGE CAPABILITY LOSS and SKILL RETENTION as educators are wont to do. (I’m a teacher, I can say that. It’s said with love.)
But that’s not my style. So I made you a bingo card! My intention was that you mark off books that fit each category: a book with a popsicle in it, a book with a red cover. But you know what? You could just play it as a game with your co-workers or with your kids and revel in those lovely summer words. See who can get five in a row first or play to blackout. Get creative!
Here’s the version for people who need to conserve ink (black and white): https://drive.google.com/file/d/1pSeIacSL_kUp3t5881zxgsbHoRSYucbR/view?usp=sharing
And here’s the version for people who want it to look fancy-shmancy and to heck with their printing budget: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1SdGtfI4UFXy3YBwlivhP-8Io9Z5PbIbP/view?usp=sharing
Worried about finding books with all these things? Don’t be. If you have a library card, you should be able to check out books through Overdrive or another ebook service and put them on any tablet or computer, anywhere in the world.
Or here’s another printable that’s more about where you read than what: https://www.sisterssuitcaseblog.com/summer-reading-bingo-card-printable/
You’ve got this, mamas.