Looking for printable reading log sheets for your kids ? I have some for you! I created these sheets for my kid to log what he reads, and hopefully, your kids can use them, too!
So easy to use, simply ask your kid to write down the date, title and author of the stories/books that they read and then the summary! There’s also a little space for creativity where they can draw their favorite part! (Because my son loves to draw, this is his favorite part! I usually ask him to color his drawings so he gets more excited to do this!).
Our printable Reading Log comes in two colors, pink and blue. It’s the blue version that we use at home. If you have a little girl, you’ll have the option to use the pink one. And since my boy is only five, I assist him in filling out the form. He usually asks for the spelling of words! Sometimes, I just ask him to summarize the story orally. But if you have bigger kids, I believe they can do this independently!
With these reading log sheets, you can track the number of books/stories that your kids read. It’s also a great way to test their understanding of the story! We cannot stress enough the importance of reading to our kids, we all know that! Not only does reading improve their vocabulary, it also widens their imagination, brings them to places they’ve never been to, and so much more! Just a tip: You can set the number of books that you want them to read daily or weekly and you can reward them later on. It’s also nice to read together us a family. Get a good book and snuggle together. =)
Here then is the free printable reading log sheets for kids. It is designed to be printed on a letter-sized bond paper. I am sharing the copy in PDF format format for easier download.
Have a wonderful, wonderful morning! =)