Years ago my brilliant, small town librarian introduced the idea of Book Bingo to me. We have used it in various forms since that time.
The Book Bingo game can be an incentive to help your child be excited to read each day. It also helps children get out of the slump of only reading one genre of books. The rule is that no square can be marked without at least 20 minutes of effort. There are two bingo games included in this post, one for younger, elementary age children and one for older, elementary age children. You may wish to let your child get a small prize for obtaining a bingo.
Younger Elementary Version of Book Bingo (easy print version)
Older Elementary Version of Book Bingo (easy print version)
Creating the habit of reading a variety of good books will yield huge dividends later.
Here are more posts about reading from kontentkiddos.com:
“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.” –Dr. Seuss
The clipart on the Book Bingo sheets and in this post comes from pixabay.com
Susan Chappell says
If I had it to do over again, I would definately do Book Bingo with my kids.if for some reason we got our grands for a summer, book bingo would be great! Luckily, their mother already does many things like this.