Summer BINGO Bucket List! {FREE Game + Printable}

Happy summer, everyone! The best things about summer are the simplest, aren’t they? We made a list of all the sweet, simple memories from our childhood summers that we want to share with our kids, and put them into BINGO form. Want to play along? Here’s how:

1. Choose Your Rewards

Decide what you will do to celebrate each time you get a 5-in-a-row BINGO. (There are 12 of those, so make it something you wouldn’t mind doing 12 times!) The choice is yours!

Next, decide how you will celebrate when you have completed all 25 spaces for BLACKOUT! Ask your kids for their input, and I bet they’ll have some super ideas. 

2. Use the Hashtag #icmbbingo

Don’t keep all the fun to yourself! Take pictures as you complete each item and hashtag them #icmbbingo to connect with others who are participating. 

Print a copy of our BINGO card for your family, and start your game plan for completing all of your favorite summer activities! 

ICMB Summer BINGO card printable bucket list

(ICMB Summer BINGO printable PDF)

3. Local Mamas, Join ICMB Connect!

ICMB Connect is a Facebook community designed to help you connect with other local mamas and their kiddos. You can invite others to join you on your quest to complete BINGO items, find out if anyone wants to meet up at your favorite park, or plan playdates to keep the kiddos entertained. This group is meant for moms all over the Iowa City corridor, so join in the fun! Share your #icmbbingo photos in this group so we can participate with each other.

That’s all there is to it, so get going, and have fun!


Lianna is a homesteading mama of three: a sparkly seven-year-old daughter, a joyful five-year-old boy, and a confident three-year-old boy. After graduating from the University of Iowa’s college of education, she started Wondergarten Early Enrichment Home, a multi-age, play-based early childhood program. A self-proclaimed Queen Dabbler, she has a long list of hobbies (from gardening and canning to sewing and painting), and doesn’t mind being only mediocre at all of them. She lives with her husband, mother, three kiddos, dog, cat, rabbits, dwarf goats, and chickens on an acreage in the country. The Cornally family spends their time talking about education, learning how to grow and preserve their own food, and romping around in their woods.



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