Celebrate the first day of summer on June 20th by printing out one of these super cute, Printable Bookmarks. These FREE Printable Bookmarks are such an easy way to get kids excited about reading. Kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, and 4th graders will have fun colouring the bookmarks that will save their spot for summer reading. Simply print pdf file with summer reading printable and you will have a fun summer reading idea!
Lazy, warm summer days are here! School is over for the year, you are making summer planning for your summer bucket list filled with fun summer activities for kids. Your kids are sleeping later, eating refreshing popsicles, drawing on the driveway with chalk, playing in your backyard, and enjoying some down time. Summer is a great time for children to get into reading. Reading is a great way to learn and increase your knowledge, and what better way to do this then to lay on the beach or beside the pool, relaxing, reading a good book. When it is time to cool down or build a sandcastle, they can make their spot in their books with these fun Summer themed free printable bookmarks. These summer printables are perfect for kindergarnters, grade 1, grade 2, grade 3, grade 4, grade 5, and grade 6 students.
Whether you are a parent, teacher, homeschooler, nanny, or grandparent – you will love these printable bookmarks for students to get excited about reading! These cute, free and low-prep summer themed bookmarks can be used in the classroom or at home to help your children and students get excited about reading. As they are all in black and white, they are also a wonderful way to get the creative juices flowing while encouraging children to read more, even starting with just 20 minutes a day.
Free Printable Bookmarks
Printable Bookmarks for Students
Print off the two pages of blackline bookmarks onto white cardstock (for durability, plain paper will do in a pinch). As there are four bookmarks per page, cut out each bookmark on the solid black line, then children can pick which bookmark or two they would like to decorate and use.
Printable bookmarks for kids
This is where the fun begins. Children can use their creativity to colour and decorate the bookmarks as they wish. They could use markers, crayons, coloring pencils or paints to color them, or even decorate with sequins or glitter glued on to make the bookmarks sparkle. They can even write their name on the back of the bookmark as well.
For durability, once the bookmark has been decorated, it is a good idea to laminate it. Then children could punch a hole in the top or bottom of the bookmark and add a ribbon if they wish.
This printable pack comes completely in black and white for easier and cheaper printing. There are a total of eight bookmarks, four on two pages.
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Looking for more outdoor activities for kids and things to do in the summer? Your toddler, preschool, pre k, kindergarten, and elementary age kids will love these fun ideas to keep them busy all summer long:
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