For our printable this week, I have created Reading Logs for our kids to keep track of their daily or weekly reading. I haven’t started using these charts for my preschooler just yet, but very soon I will! It’s a great way to keep track of a child’s reading success!
The Reading Log Printables The following are the printables included in our Reading Log printable set:
- Daily reading log sheet (2 versions)
- Reading log sheet (2 versions)
Teacher’s tip: If you have more than one kid, make things a little competitive in the house by starting out a READING RACE! The kid who reads the most number of books, let’s say in a week, wins the race! To make it more fun, randomly pick a story book title from the log and have your child retell the story! =) To print the following items, right-click to save the images and then print. They are designed to be printed on a Letter paper size. PRINTABLE DAILY READING LOG PRINTABLE READING LOG WITH NUMBER OF MINUTES READ
PS: Next week, I’ll be sharing a book report template for kids. =)
Thank you so much for sharing all your beautiful printables. They are delightful and helpful!