GREAT RESOURCEonline file cabinet ~ I've been using this GO from Laura Candler for years now. Student records the title, reading response, minutes read and then has it signed by parent or guardian. There is also a two-sided version for longer responses.
Is it possible to have accountability for students' at home reading without using reading logs? I think so and I figured out how with Status of the Class routine. Read all about why I LOVED IT! (reading logs, homework, status of class routine, back to sch
Great game idea for kids to have at home for monthly homework. Gives kids a lot of choices to help make reading less daunting. It's scaffolded around the ELA Common Core. Children need scaffolding to help push them to new reading goals.
Looking for a way to keep track of your student's reading? These cute monthly reading logs allow you to do just that! Each night the child reads, they simply color a coordinating picture and at the end of the month, if all of the pictures are colored in,
reading log, cute idea, have students do twice a year (once a semester) parents sign off once they are done with that box, when they get their first "bingo" pick a prize, when they get a "blackout" do something else special.