my summer reading log

Summer Reading Log

FREE Take Home Reading - RED (Read Every Day) Folder and Reading Log

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Free take-home reading log!

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Need something to tide you over between Summer Reading and the beginning of the school year? Here's a quick and easy printable reading log.

Weekly Home Reading Log freebie in Laura Candler's online file cabinet ~ I've been using this GO from Laura Candler for years now.  Student records the title, reading response, minutes read and then has it signed by parent or guardian.  There is also a two-sided version for longer responses.

GREAT RESOURCEonline file cabinet ~ I've been using this GO from Laura Candler for years now. Student records the title, reading response, minutes read and then has it signed by parent or guardian. There is also a two-sided version for longer responses.

Meet Ekuwah Moses!  We discovered her on Facebook and love all of her great ideas.  Here we are sharing a reading log she created for her school.  We like that it is designed to get kids excited about reading.  She was kind enough to share the word version with us.  You can download the pdf …

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by Peacock Projects 1st - 6th Grade  This weekly reading log allows students to think about their reading, set goals and track p...

by Peacock Projects - Grade This weekly reading log allows students to think about their reading, set goals and track p.

Looking for a way to keep track of your student's reading? These cute monthly reading logs allow you to do just that!  Each night the child reads, they simply color a coordinating picture and at the end of the month, if all of the pictures are colored in, they can earn a reward of your choice.  Send these home at the start of the month or keep them at school in a folder where students can track their reading for the month.

Looking for a way to keep track of your student's reading? These cute monthly reading logs allow you to do just that! Each night the child reads, they simply color a coordinating picture and at the end of the month, if all of the pictures are colored in,

At Home Reading Parent Note includes reading and comprehension strategies, strategies to help their child develop as a reader, tips for making a reading nook, a list of ideas to make reading an adventure, and a list of media they can read other than books. made by Pocket of Preschool

At Home Reading Parent Note includes reading and comprehension strategies, strategies to help their child develop as a reader, tips for making a reading nook, a list of ideas to make reading an adventure, and a list of media they can read other than books

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