Spiritual Summer BINGO

On the last day of school, as we were driving home, my children excitedly handed me their Summer Reading Lists. They were so excited to read the books on the list, and I was even more excited for them to read because it meant less time sitting watching TV or playing electronics. As we sat their talking about their reading lists I had a thought/idea come to my mind. We see all kinds of summer reading lists, but I have never seen a Summer Spiritual Reading List. I pictured a list filled with articles from church magazines and General Conference, it was such a great idea! I had to do it, so I added the idea to my (huge) list of ideas and got to work looking for talks and articles to add to my Summer Spiritual Reading List. I didn’t get very far though (I think I had 3 talks on my list), and then life got crazy busy. I really wanted to create my Spiritual Summer Reading List, but I just didn’t have the time to search for talks (I promise I will create one though), that’s when another great idea popped into my head…Spiritual Summer BINGO!

Spiritual Summer BINGO

This was a little more easy to execute. My Spiritual Summer BINGO sheet is filled with all kinds of tasks for your children to do to help them grow spiritually this summer (or at least the last month they have). I know in my own home Summer can be a time where my children think they can sit and watch TV, I wanted to help them do more. At the bottom of my Spiritual Summer BINGO sheet I wrote,

“Don’t take a ‘spiritual break’ during summer break. use this Spiritual Summer bingo sheet to help you stay spiritually strong.”

Could your children, or your Primary children, use a little spiritual boost this summer? Then give my Spiritual Summer BINGO sheet a try.


How To Play

I have only created one sheet so far, but if y’all like it then maybe I’ll make a few more. To play, print out my Spiritual Summer BINGO Sheet (link below). Then, pick a square and complete the task. Once you have completed it, mark it with an ‘X’ or a sticker. Once you get five in a row, you’re done! As a parent, you could have incentives for BINGO, and you could do an extra special prize for a ‘black-out’.


Primary Class Idea

I used these in my Primary class, too! I passed them out and told them that if they got five in a row and brought it back, then I would reward them with a special gift. Just print out the number of copies needed, and encourage the children in your class to get a BINGO.

I have included squares to help pass off Faith in God requirements, squares to help the children learn program songs, and squares to help memorize Articles of Faith (and there’s other great squares as well).

So, are you ready to play some BINGO? Just click the link below to print out your very own BINGO sheet.


Click HERE to print my Spiritual Summer BINGO printable!


I hope you enjoy my Spiritual Summer BINGO sheet and use it for your family or primary class. I would love to hear if you do, so leave me a comment letting me know.

Thanks so much for stopping by. Have a wonderful day!


Hi! I’m Sheena, the blogger behind Little LDS Ideas. I love sharing LDS Ideas and printables to help make your life and calling a little bit easier. I am a mother to 4 and a wife to one amazing guy. In addition to being busy with blogging and being a wife/mother, I am also in school. Studying and homework keeps me busy, but I love it. Thanks so much for stopping by! ♥


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  1. Kimberly Mask

    I love this ideas. But my boys are a little older and would like to customize it to things they can do. Do you have just the blank bingo card that can be edited? Or help me to know how you made yours?


    1. Hi Kimberly! I don’t have an editable version, but I could create a blank one and save it as a JPG file. Then you could open it up in Word (or another editing program) and add text on top of it. I really need to learn how to create editable files! 😉 Feel free to email me and we can figure something out: sheena@littleldsideas.net. Thanks!

  2. Venture

    thank you for sharing your awesome work with us, its not easy to just come up with lots of ideas for the kids, I am a Faith In God activity leader and I work full time and I have a family, older kids and younger kids, so am struggling to fulfil my duty in all areas without getting help, but your activities helps a lot. Malo ‘Aupito.

    1. Thank you so much for the sweet comment. I love coming up with fun ideas and sharing them with others. I wish I had more time to do so, but whenever I get a minute that’s what I like to do. I am so happy to hear that the ideas I share are helpful and make your life a little bit easier. Thank you!