For all those moments over the summer when your kids can’t think of a single thing to do, try one of these free, printable Bingo Bored Boards.
I created these by generating a random Bingo Board on The Trip Clip, and then brainstorming ideas for things they can do based on each picture. I recommend printing out the boards, and when your kids say they’re bored, hand them one of the Bored Boards and tell them they have to do enough things on their board to earn a Bingo (5 in a row).
You can also easily make your own! There are over 800 images to choose from, and you can choose any image and edit the text for all the squares.
As an alternative, if you want them to work on making their own fun, try simply removing the text under each image, and ask them to brainstorm their own fun based on the picture. You may be surprised by how creative they can be!
I also wrote a post last year about other ways you can use the Trip Clip Bingo Boards to help keep the boredom at bay over the summer. Check it out!
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