We have no shortage of summer reading programs here, some better than others (Barnes and Noble’s took roughly twelve minutes; a local used bookstore is strictly keeping track of minutes read which sounds like homework). We’re rolling deep in reading lists but when I saw this post at Mom’s Radius I couldn’t help myself. I dove headfirst into Picmonkey and created this:
You can steal mine or you can make your own – it was really pretty easy. The hardest part was coming up with ideas to fill all the spaces. I changed them up a little bit for each kid to suit their age and interests. And of course there is a chance that my kids will say, “oh cool” and then forget all about it. That’s okay, too. Summertime and the livin’s easy, right?
3 responses to “Summer Reading B-I-N-G-O!”
That is absolutely brilliant! Thanks for sharing!
I love yours! I printed mine out yesterday, but we didn’t start yet. I’m going to wait a couple more weeks because Christopher is still enjoying just counting the minutes right now. Also, I am trying to decide if there should be a reward for completing the whole thing. Maybe buying a new book? 🙂
That’s what we’re doing. 5 in a row = new bookmark. Finish the whole thing = new book