FREE Reading Log & Bookmarks

Friday, January 12, 2018

FREE Reading Log & Bookmarks

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Good reading habits start young. Most children enjoy being transported into the world a book opens up for them. However, reading for pleasure can easily be pushed aside with school and extracurricular activities. Some children find themselves having trouble with reading comprehension or struggle with vocabulary which can make reading more challenging.
FREE Reading Log & Bookmarks - super cute free printable logs to encourage kids to read

Becoming a good reader is more than just opening a book and for 20 minutes at a time.

While it does instill good reading habits to encourage reading for a particular length of time, a child should be reading for understanding as well. So when you child sits down to read, hand her a highlighter or download these bookmarks, so she can quickly and easily keep track of vocabulary words to look up or questions from the reading.

The reading log will help her keep track of what and how long she is reading at a time.

Reading Log

Steps to Setting Good Reading Habits

  • Set a timer for the length of time you and your child have agreed upon.
  • Set a time of day that works best for your child to read consistently
  • Choose books for pleasure together to start off on the right foot.
  • Make sure your child has a comfortable spot for reading that is not prone to distractions.
  • Provide her accountability by printing out the reading log and using it daily.
  • Provide the bookmarks for questions or vocabulary if needed.
  • Discuss what your child is reading with her on a regular basis.

Questions to Ask Your Child for a Book Discussion

  • What did you think of the choices the characters made?
  • What do you think will happen next?
  • How does the book describe the main character?
  • How does the book describe the scene?
  • What is the theme of the story?
  • What is the conflict in the story?
  • How do the characters resolve the conflict?
  • Do you agree with how the characters reacted in the book?
Begin good reading habits today and download these bookmarks and the reading log to help get your child off to a good start!

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Richele is a homeschool mom and Orton-Gillingham Tutor with a collegiate background in educational psychology. She uses her 15 years of homeschool experience to encourage, teach, and entertain on her site Follow her on Facebook and Pinterest.

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