Weekly Home Reading Log freebie in Laura Candler's online 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.
FREE! Are you looking for a fun, engaging way for your students to record their "at home" reading time? This free reading log flip book is perfect for 2nd-6th grade and includes a variety of activities for your students to record as they hammer out those reading minutes at home. It's a great alternative to traditional reading logs that don't require student reflection beyond recording their number of minutes. Simply print and send home!
Generic Dr. Seuss reading log that younger students can use to keep track of how many books their reading! This simplistic log has students/parents document: 1) Book Title 2) Date Read 3) Parent Initials (for confirmation) Perfect for younger elementary grades that are trying to get students to read as much as they can at home!
FREE Printable Books I've Read Log from Starts At Eight. FREE Printable Reading Logs from Starts At Eight. Looking for a cute printable book log? These FREE Printable Book Logs can be printed as a full page for kids or adjusted for your bullet journal.
Read about two changes to my independent reading routine that made all the difference last year. Question those routine practices and you might find something you love! (reading logs, homework, status of class routine, back to school ideas for reading)