Hand out these reading logs each week to record student reading and comprehension. Each day, students will record the book title and the number of minutes they spent reading, then complete a task or answer a question. This product includes:-Teacher Instruction Page-5 Reading Log Templates with a var
It is very important to have students think about their reading. After reading each night, students will choose from the provided questions and respond to their reading.
I have included 4 different versions for you:
-Monday-Thursday or Monday-Friday
-With parent signature/ without parent signature
This is an excellent handout for students reading any literature on their own. It also allows them to choose from a long list of Reflection questions to answer after they are reading. It will work with any piece of literature a student is reading.
This is a nightly reading log with four weeks of different comprehension questions (summary may be repeated). I believe that nightly reading is one of the most important homework assignments you can assign, so I assign 30 minutes each night. The written response question helps students comprehensi
This reading log comes with five different questions to be answered, one for each day of the week. The questions focus on sequence, connections, asking questions, character feelings, and fiction vs. nonfiction. This can be used in the classroom during independent reading or centers, or it can be use
Educator's Walk created this weekly reading log for students to use to record the reading they have done throughout the week. There are also questions and prompts included to help students with writing their responses to what they have read. This reading log can be used as a center activity, for rea
Looking for weekly reading homework that is fun for the kids and easy to manage? Look no further! This pack includes 21 different weeks of reading logs where students should read nightly and answer 1 weekly question. Also included is a reading log with the question blank so that you can write your o
I have my students record the pages they read every day in our silent reading time. Each log has 6 boxes with a different question in each. Students pick one box each day to write about what they read. At the end of the week they have one box left. This gives them options and allows them to be f
Not your average reading log!I was sick of students just completing a log of minutes and turning it in without real accountability. I created this reading log with questions for fiction and nonfiction texts. I would print out all 3 pages and they'd turn it in on Friday. They could answer all the que
**Updated! This new version now includes two different response pages: the original smaller spaced lines and a new response page with wider lines for younger students!** This reading log is a weekly log to be sent home with students. It has spaces for students to write down what book they read and f
If you're looking for an easy way to incorporate math or reading into your nightly reading homework, look no further! These reading logs are designed to offer students an opportunity to solve math questions based on their graphs, or reflect on their reading with short reading response questions.
This reading log contains:9 reading log questions that can help drive classroom discussion of the novelA model answer for each question in the reading log (for teachers to use as they assess student answers)
Four months of weekly reading logs and reading response questions!
In my classroom, I send home one reading log sheet per week for homework. If you use one sheet per week, this product will last you for four months. If you're like me, when you run out of sheets, you will start repeating them fr
Here is a 1st grade reading log with a letter explaining to parents the reading log and what to do (date, initial, and write comments) each night with their daily log. After the log is filled with 10 books read, I have given the students a little prize out of the prize box in my classroom.
This is a reading log for primary grades. It includes a place for grown ups to initial. It includes a place for students to write the days that they read, the tittles of their books, and a rating scale. There is also a place for children to write their favorite book that they read that week with
Simple reading log has a place to record date, book title, level of book, parent comments and initials. Another log has a place to record the genre and whether the book was easy, just right, or too hard.
Reflection questions will help students who take the DRA2 Reading assessment by getting use to
This document is to be used as an accountability sheet for students' nightly reading. Each day of the week has a space for the book title, author, minutes read, guardian initials, as well as a different question for each night. The questions are general, but require students to think about the book
5 different reading logs with various reading response questions for students to be engaged in their independent reading. (double entry journal, non fiction texts, characters, unknown vocabulary, and general reading questions)
This is a set of 5 weekly reading logs where students can record how many minutes they have read. There are also writing prompts to get them thinking about characterization, point of view, author's purpose, etc. Includes 5 reading logs with 5 different sets of questions.
This is a nightly reading log for students to use to meet their AR goals. Each night of the week has a separate comprehension question. There is also a tracker at the top of the first page for them to use for keeping up with AR points.
Do your students struggle to write about what they read? If they do, this product will be a tremendous resource for you to utilize with them. Students should feel confident when they are reading and writing about what they read. Sending home these reading logs with comprehension questions will help
This reading log was designed for the students who struggle with answering questions during MCLASS. This will give them alot if practice for the writing. There are 40 pages for the entire school year, 1 sheet per week
This reading log is great to use with students in grades second through fifth. After daily reading, student will choose a higher order thinking question to answer. Great to use for homework, summer reading tracking log or center activity. Please rate and comment below! Thank you for visiting Teni