Students can track their own reading progress with these handy bookmarks that fold over the pages (which stay in the book much better than a regular bookmark). One side features a log in which they track the: title/author of book, date, page number they started, page number they ended, total number of pages read. The other side includes reading comprehension questions they can think about while reading. Also has a journal log page where they can answer the questions or write other thoughts during or after reading.
Very easy for teachers to keep track of the number of pages each student has read. Great if you have an SSR program, so all teachers can keep track of student's reading progress.(Actually, the student does all the work, so these make it easy for any teacher!)
Also my bookmarks come in a couple different fonts for variation. At the end is a list of the top books suggested by the YALSA (Young Adult Library Services Association) for 2010.
The free preview shows all the pages included; the purchased version will NOT have the "Sample Preview" over the text.