Core Reading Book Logs

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Use a parent and kinder-friendly book log to encourage and track at-home reading! These Common Core standards-based book logs are just that! A single sheet for each month that allows for up to 10 books to be recorded with questions or activities to foster discussion, or an activity to practice concepts of print on many of the books chosen. Questions are included for August-May (June/July are blank).

Additional blank book logs are included to send home with families who wish to record more than 10 books! Also included for each month: a more basic version where students and families simply "read and record" the child's reaction to the book (with smiley face reactions). Parent letter included to help explain how to use these book logs and understand the value of communicating it to you, the teacher!

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Helps meet Common Core English/Language Arts Standards:

- K.RF.1.a-1. Demonstrate how to hold a book with correct orientation.
- K.RF.1.a-2. Distinguish pictures from words by pointing when prompted.
- K.RF.1.a-3. Locate on a printed page where to start reading with multiple lines of text.
- K.RF.1.a-4. Demonstrate that the left page of a book is read before the right page of a book.
- K.RF.1.a-5. Track text with a finger on a printed page from left to right.
- K.RF.1.a-6. Track text with finger from one line of the printed page to the next line on the same printed page (return sweep).
- K.RF.1.b-2. Locate a letter on a printed page within text.
- K.RF.1.c-1. Isolate words within printed text.
- K.RF.3.c. Read common high-frequency words by sight (e.g., the, of, to, you, she, my, is, are, do).
- K.RI.1.a. With prompting and support, answer simple questions about key details (individuals, events, ideas, or pieces of information) in a text.
- K.RI.2.a. With prompting and support, identify the main topic in a text.
- K.RI.3.a. With prompting and support, describe differences between two individuals, events, ideas, or pieces of information in a text.
- K.RI.3.b. With prompting and support, describe similarities between two individuals, events, ideas, or pieces of information in a text.
- K.RI.5.c. Identify the title page of a book.
- K.RI.6.a. With prompting and support, locate the name of the author.
- K.RI.6.c. With prompting and support, locate the name of the illustrator.
- K.RI.7.a. Recognize that illustrations (pictures, drawings, charts, captions) depict a person, place, thing, or idea that is in the text.
- K.RI.8.a. With prompting and support, identify the primary subject or topic in an informational text.
- K.RI.8.b. With prompting and support, identify key points (individuals, events, ideas, or pieces of information) in informational text.
- K.RL.2.a. With prompting and support, identify orally one key detail (characters, setting, major events) of familiar stories.
- K.RL.2.b. With prompting and support, identify orally two or more key details (characters, setting, major events) of familiar stories.
- K.RL.2.c. With prompting and support, sequence identified key details (characters, setting, major events) of familiar stories.
- K.RL.2.d. With prompting and support, recognize the beginning, middle, and end of familiar stories.
- K.RL.2.e. With prompting and support, retell orally the beginning, middle, and end of familiar stories.
- K.RL.2.f. With prompting and support, retell orally the beginning, middle, and end of familiar stories including two or more key details (characters, setting, and major events).
- K.RL.3.b. With prompting and support, identify characters in a story.
- K.RL.3.d. With prompting and support, identify setting(s) in a story.
- K.RL.4.d. With prompting and support, ask about unknown words (new vocabulary) in a story.
- K.RL.5.b. Recognize poems by the features (stanza, format, rhyme).
- K.RL.6.a. With prompting and support, locate the name of the author.
- K.RL.6.b. With prompting and support, define the role of the author in telling the story.
- K.RL.6.c. With prompting and support, locate the name of the illustrator.
- K.RL.6.d. With prompting and support, define the role of the illustrator in telling the story.
- K.RL.9.b. With prompting and support, contrast the adventures and experiences of characters in familiar stories.
- K.SL.1.f. Speak to and respond to an adult in complete sentences.
- K.SL.3. Ask and answer questions in order to seek help, get information, or clarify something that is not understood.
- K.SL.6.a. Understand what feelings are (e.g., happy, sad, angry, scared, anxious, excited, nervous, mad).
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Core Reading Book Logs
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