Students will track their own reading progress by using an Excel spreadsheet to record the books they have read throughout the school year. The spreadsheet is formatted for the student to include the title, author, illustrator, date the book was read, a dropdown menu to rate the book, number of page
This Word document is set up to print on a regular 8.5x11 sheet of 30 labels.
I use these labels for my personal teacher's library, so that I know for sure which books are mine and which books belong to the school. It is also nice for students to know which books belong to me. Each label has a pict
If your students have reading ranges from 0.1 - 8.9, and you would like to have the students know the numbers within their range, this card can help!
Three cards per page and you just highlight their numbers and when they have a new reading range, mark out the old and highlight the new.
I keep these forms hole-punched in a plastic folder with one page for each student. The students fill out the first 2 sections when they sign a book out to take home or use in the classroom. When they have finished reading the book, they return it to me with the library checkout with them and we fil