FREE Printable Books I've Read Log from Starts At Eight. FREE Printable Reading Logs from Starts At Eight. Looking for a cute printable book log? These FREE Printable Book Logs can be printed as a full page for kids or adjusted for your bullet journal.

FREE Printable Reading Logs ~ Full Sized or Adjustable for Your Bullet Journal

Five For Friday Link Up by Miss Jacobs Little Learners

Enjoy using this FREE Reading Log to help your little ones keep track of the books they are reading at home throughout the term.

Great graphic organizer for student Reading Journal

Teach Your Child to Read - Reading Log or Shelfie. Perfect for book tracking and 40 book challenge. - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.

Fiction & Non-Fiction Book Report by  - UK Teaching Resources - TES

Teach Your Child to Read - Fiction Non-Fiction Book Report by - UK Teaching Resources - TES - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.

Ready, Set, READ! - 100 Book Reading Challenge

Ready, Set, READ! - 100 Book Reading Challenge

End of the Year FUN Unit (SAMPLE PAGE) Students are challenged to read 100 books over the summer or anytime of the year. Book log is included.

One of the most frustrating tasks as an ELAR teacher is holding your students accountable for independent reading. Take these 5 tips into your classroom. Be sure to grab the free independent reading log.

Ways to Hold Students Accountable with Independent Reading and FREE Printable

One of the most frustrating tasks as an ELAR teacher is holding your students accountable for independent reading. Take these 5 tips into your classroom. Be sure to grab the free independent reading log.

Printable Bookmark Punch Cards! Such a great way to help motivate your kids to read nightly, with a reward at the end of the month! Love this!

These FREE Printable Punchcard Bookmarks are a great way to help motivate your kids to do their daily required reading! Each bookmark lasts approx 1 month!

$ Reading Log Book Baggy and Parent Letter - Reinforce the home/school connection by sending books home with your students. Make the log double sided if you choose. Enclose in a plastic baggie along with a book. A family explanation letter is included. Families check if a book was read "by" their child, "with" their child or "to" their child. That way, you can have days when students select their own books to bring home regardless of level and other days that you assign books.  Bookmarks…

Reading Log Book Baggy and Parent Letter and Bookmarks

I love doing Book Clubs or Literature Circles in my classroom! These Reading Log booklets are the perfect way to monitor comprehension and keep students accountable while reading ANY chapter book!

Book Club Printable Booklets

I love doing Book Clubs or Literature Circles in my classroom! These Reading Log booklets are the perfect way to monitor comprehension and keep students accountable while reading ANY chapter book!

Dr. Seuss activities:   FREE Seuss-Themed Reading Log. Challenge your students to "Read to Succeed!"  Who can read the most books for March is Reading Month?

Challenge your students to "Read to Succeed!" Who can read the most books for March is Reading Month?

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