February Bookworm Bingo FREE Printable


The weirdest thing just happened. I went to schedule a play date for next week and my calendar indicated that NEXT WEEK IS FEBRUARY! The days are long and the months are short, no?

Anyhow, this is a great time to evaluate… how are those New Year’s resolutions coming along? I shared with you last month how I’m working on being more resolute this year. But, it’s a marathon, not a sprint. I’ve made some great baby steps to organize our oft-meandering days. Baby Bookworm dropped his morning nap, and it had me in a bit of a tailspin. That was the time I used to work with Preschool Bookworm on our homeschooling or DEAR time. We’ve altered the schedule and we’re adjusting to the new normal of SIX HOURS of morning waketime with an “on the brink of walking/on the lookout for danger” pre-toddler.

Preschool Bookworm and I had a blast using our Bookworm Bingo last month to infuse some literacy freshness into our routine. He LOVED putting stickers over the activities as we completed them. How did it go at your house? I’d love to hear!

For February, the calendar is packed with special events to inspire some variety in your library book checkouts! Black History Month, Heart Health Month, Valentine’s Day, Chinese New Year, Groundhog Day, oh and that big sportsing game. 😉

I hope you enjoy the February edition of Bookworm Bingo FREE PDF printable available for download here. Have fun!

Keep reading!

Melissa


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2 thoughts on “February Bookworm Bingo FREE Printable

  • Marla

    Hey Melissa I was wondering if I could share this printable with the gal that does our baby bookworm story time? Would she be able to print it out and hand them out to the parents? I wanted to make sure it was OK with you before I did it. Thanks!

    • Librarian in the House Post author

      Hi Marla! Thanks for your message. Absolutely! So long as the logo/website remains on there, that is fine by me! The more bookworms I can encourage, the happier that makes me 🙂 Feel free to have your contact get in touch with me directly, too. I’d love to chat with her. (Is this a librarian you’re talking about?)