Want to encourage your students to read with a fun habit tracker? Check out this printable reading challenge for any grade, any time of year! Your students will color one square in the hundreds graph for every 10 minutes they read. They’ll enjoy coloring in a picture as they keep track of their reading minutes with this fun Reading Log. My students loved it!
On the back of this printable, your students will write the titles of the books they read, and a parent will sign the form. When they have all of the grid colored in, they will have read 16 hours. They can choose whatever they’d like to read and color in the minutes.
Eight different fun designs are included with this product, to give students choice about which graph they’d like to complete: 4 for younger students and 4 for older students.Check out the preview to see all of the pictures.
- young girl reader
- young boy reader
- bookworm with a book
- butterfly with a book
- stack of books
- bookshelves full of books
- older girl reader
- older boy reader
I hope this fun reading log helps your students read more books that they choose for themselves!
AASL National School Library Standards – See the AASL Standards Framework for Learners to view full text.
- Explore – A.1.
Common Core English Language Arts Standards –
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Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)
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- TEKS LA.1.5
- TEKS LA.2.5
- TEKS LA.3.5
- TEKS LA.4.5
- TEKS LA.5.5
- TEKS LA.6.4
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