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Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Printable Reading Log for Kids

We love reading in our family.  The kids really didn't have a chance, with their grandparents being retired school teachers they were introduced to books from the moment they were born.  I love it!  

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Jude is in Kindergarten this year, we did keep him in Pre-K one extra year so he is pretty advanced in his class this year.  That is great though, we are seeing some huge milestones and improvements in his school work, attitude, maturity and social skills.  

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But the most noticeable improvement has to be his reading skills.  This boy is reading at 2 grade level and actually understanding what he is reading. He loves going to the library and picking out "chapter books" a few times a month and we love it too.  He is on a roll and honestly I had no idea how many books he had read.  I decided I had to make something for him to keep track of the books he read.  

Printable Reading Log for Kids


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I made this easy to print out log that Jude can track all of his books on as he completes them.  I am hoping it gives him some motivation to continue to enjoy reading when he sees how great he is doing. 


Download your free Printable Reading Log For Kids here. 

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As school starts to wind down I am hoping to use this log for both Jude and Teagan for the summertime.  We are going to start thinking of rewards for completing one log.  Maybe a trip to the movies, an ice cream, a new book or even a special day out with mom and dad.  I am excited to continue using this easy printable log.  

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How do you keep your kids engaged in reading through out the year?



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10 comments:

  1. We used to do the summer reading program through our library when my kids were smaller and they loved it. What a great idea to make a log for home.

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  2. I love this idea! my daughters Kindergarten teacher has us keep track of books like this all year long and there are prizes once you fill the sheet :)

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  3. This is such a good idea. I have a granddaughter struggling with reading, and I know that could really use this. I think just keep track is a big help when kids are young.

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  4. Now that my daughter is in kindergarten, we are constantly working on reading and writing. She luckily really enjoys reading her favorite books. We have quite a collection. Thanks for this printable.

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  5. Such a cute printable! Love it. Definitely important to keep them reading through the summer. We have little punch cards that they punch for every 15 minutes they read during the summer and then they can redeem them for fun stuff.

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  6. i love this reading log concept. This is great to make kids step away from social media devices and pick up an old school book and read for fun as well. When i have kids I would like to do this reading log to track how many book they are reading.

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  7. What a great idea the...Downloadable free Printable Reading Log For Kids
    I used to read to my son when he was in diapers - his reading books really took off at around 12 years old - and he consumed books then!

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  8. This is an awesome idea! I love that this is a visual of keeping track on what your child is reading also I like you can make it interactive.

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  9. What a wonderful idea for kids .. the printable reading log. I've been a reader all of my life and read to my kids when they were little. One of our favorite things to do was bring home a big stack of books from the library and check them off the list one by one as we finished them. Makes me smile to remember

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  10. This is so handy for kids that need to keep track of what they read. I used to do one of these in the summer too, when my daughter was out for break and challenged her to "x" amount of books to read over the summer and she would get to pick out a new toy - it was very effective! ;)

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