Researchers suggest that students engage in independent reading for at least 20 minutes each day. Use these fun and simple reading logs to keep track of student reading at home.
Each log has a spot where parents and students can rate the book's "fit." Parents/guardians and students are asked to determine if the text is too easy, too difficult, or just right. This important feature helps deliver feedback to teachers and bridge a connection between home and school. Also, this method helps students monitor their book selections for independent reading.
Each log has a place for the date, book title, number of pages read, and adult initials. The logs are designed to last for 2 weeks, or 10 school days.
This pack is perfect for classrooms with students that are reading on multiple levels. Four different reading logs are featured in this pack.
The first log is geared toward early readers who are able to finish one book per night.
The second log is perfect for most elementary readers and asks students to track their progress by monitoring page numbers.
The third log requires students to record the number of pages read and also the number of minutes spent reading.
The fourth log is directed for more advanced readers. This reading log asks students to summarize what they have read that evening.