Snag this free middle school reading bingo printable at the end of this post!
- A middle school reading challenge to encourage reading in old and new ways for 6th, 7th, and 8th graders
- Use during the school year or over the break (summer, fall, winter, spring)
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Middle School Reading Challenge Bingo Game
Content and/or features: This middle school reading bingo game contains a 5x5 grid with a free space in the center.
There are 24 reading activities that players can cross off after completing:
- Read for 45 minutes
- Read a historical fiction book
- Listen to an audiobook
- Re-read a childhood favorite
- Read a book you can finish in a day
- Read a book in a series
- Read on a Saturday
- Read a fiction book
- Read to a parent or grandparent
- Read a book set in a foreign country
- Read a book with “hot” or “summer” in the title
- Read in bed
- Read a nonfiction book
- Read on a Monday
- Read a book whose main character is a teenager
- Read a book that has been made into a movie
- Read on a Wednesday
- Read a newspaper article
- Read a book that won the Newbery award
- Read a biography
- Read a book with a non-human character
- Read a graphic novel
- Read on a mall bench
- Read a book recommended by a family member
Color: This printable is mainly black and white with a small book-themed graphic in color. It is printer-friendly in grayscale.
Format and/or number of pages: This is a single-page 8.5 x 11 inch non-editable PDF.
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