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Reading Bingo Board

Are you looking for a way to encourage your kids to read? This Reading Bingo Board is a fun way to motivate your young readers and goes along with all of your Dr. Seuss Activities for Kids for reading month! 

 

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Reading Bingo Board:

This Reading Bingo Board was inspired by Dr. Seuss’ silly stories and whimsical characters, but it can be used anything throughout the year to motivate your kids to read. 

 

Where Can I Find Dr. Seuss Books?

You can find many books by Dr. Seuss at your city or school library or purchase them at bookstores like Barnes and Noble.

 

You can also order them from Amazon. If you are not an Amazon Prime member, Amazon is offering a 30-Day Free Trial to Amazon Prime right now. Some of the Dr. Seuss’ older books are out-of-print, but you can often find used copies on Thrift Books.

 

Reading Bingo

 

How To Use The Reading Bingo Board:

What’s Included:

  • Reading Bingo Board

 

What’s Needed:

  • Copy Paper or Card Stock
  • Printer
  • Bingo Marker (such as stickers, crayons, Bingo dabber, etc.)

 

This learning activity is so easy to prepare! Simply, download the Reading Bingo chart below and print it on paper or card stock. Just like that, you have an simple activity that is ready to go.  

 

How To Use The Reading Bingo Board:

There are so many ways to use this no-prep, reading activity. If you are a classroom teacher, you can have your students complete any square that they want during your literacy centers.

 

If they finish one square everyday, they can have a Bingo by the end of the week. You can use this activity all month long so they can complete the entire chart.  

 

Reading Log

 

As a classroom teacher, you can also use this Reading Bingo chart as an enrichment activity for early finishers or add it to your morning tubs. You can also send this literacy printable home to encourage and motivate your students to read more with their families.  

 

If you are a librarian, you can use this Bingo chart as a Reading Month activity with all of your elementary students. Or, you can use this reading printable with all of your young visitors if you are a librarian at a public library.  

 

Grab A Book,

Find A Nook.

It’s Time To Read-o

And Play BINGO.

Complete The Chart

Will Be A Work Of Art!

 

 Motivate your young readers to read during reading month with this Dr. Seuss inspired Reading Bingo Board!  

 

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Pin It For Later:

Do you want to save these Dr. Seuss inspired activity for later? Pin this to your reading board on Pinterest and it’ll be here for when you’re ready!

 

Reading Bingo Board

 

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Are you looking for some fun activities to celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday? This Dr. Seuss Author Study has a variety of resources that your students can use throughout reading month to learn about the author including a craft, writing activity, and character book report. Click on the picture to learn more! 

 

 

More Dr. Seuss Activities For Kids:

How To Make Oobleck

Circus Play Dough & Letter Mats

The Sleep Book Paper Plate Craft

 

Download The Freebie:

Click on the pencil below to download and print the free reading bingo chart!