Reading Logs with Geography regions - These are perfect for Daily 5, Read Across America, homework, and making your students accountable for their free reading time, this is a fun way to integrate reading with Social Studies - geography.
Do you find that your students check out the same types of books at the library? If so, it is time to expand their horizons on the Reading Highway! You can incorporate this as part of your reading homework or a way to better document their free reading at school. The great thing about the Reading Highway is you are integrating reading and social studies. Too often, social studies is a subject that is takes a backseat to other subjects because of standardized testing. With a little planning and integration, you can open new worlds to your students on the Reading Highway.
***Please download the PREVIEW FILE to which of these forms are EDITABLE in Powerpoint.****
Included in this packet are:
Pg. 2 Introduction
Pg. 3 Teacher idea
Pg. 4-5 Book tub labels - colorful and black & white
Pg. 6-7 Cars for map - colorful and black & white
Pg. 8-11 Reading assignments - see preview file plus 1 EDITABLE assignment
Pg. 12-35 For each region there are the following:
----Colorful region sign
----Black and white sign
----Region map assignment - students will label the states
----Reading log: Students will write title of book, name of state, and details about the state from the book
**Regions include: Midwest, Northeast, Southeast, Southwest, West, and Hawaii and Alaska
Pg. 36-37 Travel log - (reading log) students will record books they have read on these forms. Can be used for free reading or homework
Pg. 38 Travel log bookmarks: students will record "miles" they have traveled. Miles can be minutes or pages.