Summer Reading Bookmarks

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bible reading challenge day 143Hey there! What is summer for around your house?

Yesterday I gave you The Summer Creed for Parenting and outlined what I really want to remember this summer. I hope you took the challenge and came up with your own!

And while summer is about laziness, the pool, marshmallows and all that awesomeness, for our family, it is also about reading. Which, in a way, makes it no different than any other season. ๐Ÿ˜‰

Last Friday I introduced you to the Children’s Bible Reading Plan for the gospel of John. ย I love to read any time of the year, but I am really looking forward to summer reading by the pool.

And after thinking about summer just a bit more, I remembered that we have the summer reading program at our local branch of the metropolitan library (sidebar: voted #1 library in the nation for several years!) and I’ve been working on a few reading lists.

So with all the reading we have going on, I created a free printable of summer reading bookmarks to help us keep track of where we are.

I thought you might enjoy them also.

They look like this: (miniversion)

summer bookmarks

So click on the graphic above to open a pdf with six bookmarks to print on 1 8×11 sheet. Or click HERE.

Then get to reading! ๐Ÿ™‚

Enjoy and have a great Thursday!



  1. Linda Dietz says:

    As a PS to my first comment, do you have any suggestions regarding materials that would be good to use to teach Biblical values as I do fun activities with my grandchildren? Don’t want to waste opportunities…but also want Camp Grandma to be memorable for Marlee (7), Lydia (5) & Zach (2).

    1. Hey Linda- I’m a little delayed in my reply. I wanted to think about it and also, we were travelling for a few days so internet access was limited. ๐Ÿ™‚ Do you have What’s in the Bible? DVD’s? Those are great for a break. There is this link I’ve been meaning to use for one of our family’s make your own pizza night: I know it says tween, but I think it could easily be adapted. Just love this idea! Enjoy! I’ll pass more ideas on your way as I find them. ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Linda Dietz says:

    Thank you for the free printable bookmarks! I am planning on printing them & inserting them in cards to friends. It would also be a great idea to give them to ladies who check out books from our church library this summer! I am not savvy in the ways of much technology, but always have great appreciation for those who are gifted in this area…people like you!
    I also loved the Parent’s Summer Creed. Wished I had had that when I was a young parent, although, I am taking it to heart as much as possible as a grandparent. I will be holding “Camp Grandma” days throughout the summer.

    1. Oh “Camp Grandma” sounds wonderful!! ๐Ÿ™‚ Thanks for your comment and enjoy!

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