Reading Logs To Print:
Wizard Log - Read for 20 minutes each night. Record the title and number of pages read. Your parents should initial each entry.
Daily Log - A quick reverb for you if wizards aren't your thing. Record the title
and number of pages read. Your parents should
initial each entry.
My Weekly Log - When you want to get more detailed. We include the author in these entries.
What Did You Read? - This is about a 2-week log. Hopefully it keeps you busy. Teachers love the ghost image around Halloween time.
Book It! - Putting the time in now will make life much easier for you long-term. For the first time, we have you rate the book with our five book rating scheme.
Day by Day Reader - I found this log to be the best for my classes. It diagrams out for you each day of the week.
Read Me Every Night! - Trust me! You will love it! It is a different way to think about the normal old titles.
Weekly Minutes Log - It takes the book's perspective of completing the log. This is a nice way to keep a total reading time.
Rating Guide - Students love to be able to rate what they read. After a while, they become spot on towards their interests.
Minutes Behind the Page - If you can crank our ten minutes times your grade level each day, you'll be a super reader in less than a year.
Read Every Day! - Another flash of logs for you. Make sure to have your parents sign.
Remember the Days - Doesn't he look super confused? A gorilla and a book usually don't go well together.
Parent's Record Journal - The journal rules. If your student keeps losing their own log, have parents hold on to this one.
My Monthly Reader - Use the calendar to record how many minutes you read every day this month. On the lines below, keep track of the
books that you have read.