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Summer Reading Chart

Summer can seem long and boring at times when kids are away from school for such a long time. This month I am participating in a Summer Boredom printable hop. You can find all kinds of printables to bust the summer doldrums.

I created this printable reading chart to mark off all the books read this summer. Going to the library to get books to read is just one of the fun things to do during the summer months.

The free PDF file here: [summer reading pdf]

My favorite printer brand for many years has been HP. I also use their ink supply service where I pay a monthly fee and they send me ink cartridges as needed. It comes out to be a lot less money this way. The HP Envy Inspire is a great-priced machine that will produce beautiful prints.

And if you are looking for a great crafting weight paper for printables, I have been using HP Project Paper. It is heavier than copier paper but not quite as heavy as cardstock. It is a great medium weight for layering, folding, and more!

Blog Hop:

This post is a part of a Summer Boredom printable blog hop. Take a moment to visit the other printables available in this hop.

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