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Reading Log Sheets

Reading Log Sheets

by | Aug 5, 2020 | Classroom, Teaching

Reading logs are a great way as a teacher to see what books students have read for either home reading or inside your classroom reading program. Students can write their own name, book title and date on the reading log or for the little ones, they can have a parent assist after home reading time. 
We have created these simple yet engaging reading logs to slip inside an A4 Manila folder. Teachers may decide to use just one or a variety of logs because each log has a ‘different’ reading message to alternate.

There are 10 different reading logs for teachers to choose from. We did not label them for any particular year level as we know as teachers ourselves, we like to decide what design and quote best suits our students for that particular year.

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