Monthly Readings Logs for Kindergarten

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PreK - K
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Reading at home can make a huge difference in a child’s school success. Monthly reading logs are a great way to encourage reading at home.

This resource contains everything you need to implement reading logs in your Kindergarten classroom for the entire school year. Each month has three options of themes to choose from. In addition, there are also four generic themes that can be used throughout the year.

Included in this resource:

  • 12 months of reading logs (3 theme choice per month)
  • 4 anytime monthly reading logs
  • Parent letter explaining the reading logs
  • Editable template for you to write your own parent letter
  • Tips for Reading at home parent hand-out
  • Monthly reading log checklist (Editable to add student names)

Preparing the reading logs is simple and easy. Just send home the parent letter at the beginning of the year and the “Tips for Reading at Home” information sheet. Select and print your desired reading log theme and send home at the beginning of each month.

An editable student checklist is also included so you can record who has completed each month’s reading log. Simply type in your class list and print. Two options are included; August through May and September through June.

Reading logs are a great way to encourage a love of reading in AND out of school. Students build intrinsic motivation to read each night at home when they can color a cute picture afterward! Students can also visibly see their progress each month and be proud of their accomplishments.

Monthly Reading Log Themes Include:

Year-Round: paper/pencil, award, home, book

August: crayon box, glue, school bus

September: apple, leaves, acorns

October: pumpkins, squirrels, scarecrows

November: corn, sunflowers, turkeys

December: gingerbread houses, peppermints, gingerbreads

January: snowglobes, snowflakes, hot cocoa

February: hearts, flowers, teeth

March: book, rainbow,s gold coins

April: umbrella, butterflies, kites

May: bees, flowers, snails

June: crabs, ice cream cones, popsicles

July: sand buckets, lemonade, watermelons

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