I love a printable bookmark and these summer reading bookmarks printable are perfect for using over the summer holidays to record what books your children or you have read.
Often Libraries host a summer reading program, however, with our libraries shut in the UK, I wanted to provide summer reading bookmarks that can be used for your own summer reading program and that are perfect for kids of any age.
Summer Reading Bookmarks Printable
These printable summer reading bookmarks can be used in a variety of different ways depending on your child age or what activity you want to encourage. The Let’s Read bookmark with stars is perfect for using if you want to encourage your child to read for a specific amount of time. They could colour in a star for 15 or 30 minutes worth of reading time.
The owl summer reading bookmark printable is perfect for recording each book as it is read. You can add the name of the book to each individual book.
I love the Monster printable reading bookmark for younger children. They can colour a monster in after they have read each book.
I like to mount the bookmarks on to coloured card and add a piece of ribbon to them. That way they are stiffer and much more usable. All you need is ribbon, a hole punch, some paper glue and scissors or a paper cutter.
Download your Free Summer Reading Bookmarks Printable
I love free printable bookmarks so much that I have quite a wide range available:
Free Printable BookMarks
- Free Summer Colouring Bookmarks
- Love Books Free Colouring Bookmarks
- DIY Colouring Page Bookmarks
- Valentine Printable Colouring Page Bookmarks
- Free Printable Autumn Bookmarks to Colour
- Winter Colouring Bookmarks
If you are looking for ideas for fun summer activities for children then look no further than our Pinterest board.
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I always print my printables directly onto 160 gsm cardstock using my Epson Ecotank Printer rather than regular paper, this way they are a little more durable and the pens do not bleed through to the other side. However, if you do not have a home printer then just pop to a library and use theirs.