Your child or students can use this while reading their chapter books they can track their progress through the book. It also has spaces for them to practice their reading and book skills with a few key elements. This might look like a simple bookmark, but here are some skills it can teach and/or reinforce:
Craft Project – This bookmark starts out as a craft project because your child or students get to make it themselves before they can use it. They can decorate it as much or as little as they like.
Book Recognition – This bookmark helps to get your readers to see different parts of the book they are reading by asking them to write down the book’s name and author in designated spots.
Basic Time Management – This bookmark starts younger readers off recognizing that chapter books can take time to read by having them enter a date they started reading the chapter book and a date they finished it.
Chapter Tracking – This bookmark comes with 18 slots to mark off chapters in their chapter book as you read through it. Then, at the end, there is a place for your reader to list their favorite chapter.
School Record – This bookmark can also serve as a record for the parent or teacher because it includes the date elements. This way, you or your school has a record of each book read with its title, chapter count, and dates read.