Are you looking for a way to encourage your students and their parents to read at home? These kid-friendly Monthly Reading Logs can be used to motivate your students to read independently and track the number of books that they read every month.
How To Use Monthly Reading Logs:
After a child reads a book independently or listens to a story read aloud, he or she colors in one symbol.
On each chart, there are enough symbols for every night. (January = 31, February = 28, March = 31, etc.) You can have your student read one book a night or have him or her read as many books as he or she wants to and color a symbol for each book.
You can also set the amount of time that your student has to read every night. The second version of reading logs say, “Every time you read for ____ minutes, color in a (symbol)!” If your child reads for 20 minutes, for example, then he or she can color a symbol.
Related Resource: Book Lists
Each reading log features a different thematic symbol for each month that will appeal to young children.
The Symbols Used Each Month Include:
January = mittens
February = hearts
March = shamrocks
April = eggs
May = kites
June = suns
July = stars
August = glue bottles
September = acorns
October = pumpkins
November = pies
December = ornaments or snowflakes (2 different reading logs for December)
These Monthly Reading Logs will making reading at home fun for your students as they take charge of tracking the number of books that they read every month.
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