Create your own reading journal • Any notebook can be a reading journal to help your students record books they are reading, want to read, and have read. Ideal for the 40 book challenge and reading workshop.
Keep your students reading all year without a fussy expensive reader's notebook! Students can customize their notebook with the choice between two covers.
No crazy cutting -- these are the perfect size to glue right into a composition book or spiral. Or, hole punch and use brads. Easy & ready to use!
This resource includes:
♥ suggestions for use
♥ two choices for the cover
♥ reading goal-setting page -- breaks reading down into monthly and weekly goals
♥ list for "books I want to read"
♥ book summary sheet -- includes a place for a reading badge (see Love Those Reading Badges!
for ready-to-use badges)
♥ numbered list for books read
Please check out the preview for all the goodies!
This resource is ready to use! Provide a stack of summary sheets in your classroom, and your students will be on their way to independently responding to their reading. The reading badge is a great incentive to keep them reading!
This resouce is designed to work with Love Those Reading Badges!
-- but you can provide other stickers or use a stamp in its place.
Here are other products that will help coordinate your reading program -- 40 book challenge or not! Love Those Reading Badges!
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