Are you gearing up for the first day of school? I am busy preparing all my resources for back to school. Whether you are a parent, teacher, or homeschooler – you will love this monthly Reading Log Printable pages. There is a separate printable reading log for each month of the year. This free printable reading log is great for kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade, and 6th grade students. This monthly reading log is a great tool for encouraging children to read whiel giving adults the ability to check in on how much they are reading! Simply print the reading logs printable, grab a book, and start reading!
Reading Log Printable
Looking to help track your students monthly reading? These free printable Monthly Reading Logs will help you promote reading and track what books your child reads during the month and school year. Use them for a friendly competition or just to encourage them to keep reading! These are great for kindergartners, grade 1, grade 2, grade 3, grade 4, grade 5, and grade 6 students. You can print them one sided or double sided depending on how much you expect your kids to be reading.
Printable reading log
Free printable reading log
Print just the current month or all 12 months worth of reading logs. The FREE Monthly Reading Logs include September through May. If you need it, here are my Summer Reading Logs.
Monthly reading log
Simply print that pages on plain paper. You can keep them on the fridge, in a reading folder, on a clipboard, in your child’s current book, homeschool record keeping file, or anywhere else that is handy. When your child finishes reading a book simply record the information you’d like, depending on the purpose for keeping a reading log. We have space to record the following information: the book title, author, genre, number of pages read, when book started, when book completed, and if you required a book report.
Reading Logs printable
I’ve always loved getting ready for the next year. I love getting fresh workbooks, making lesson plans, brainstorming all the fun things I want to accomplish during the upcoming year! These monthly reading log printable are perfect for my students year after year!
First of all, whether you stock up on books at your local library, have a robust home library, or not. You can still order books and have them conveninetly shipped to your house from Amazon. Wondering what should I read – we’ve got tons of great book recommendations for you! Click on the list you want to read and then you can conveninetly order from Amazon or print a book list to take to the library.
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Free Printable Reading Logs for Kindergarten
Find just the right free printable monthly reading log for your elementary age student with all these fun choices!
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Free Reading Logs
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