These free Printable reading logs and book review template ks2 are a great way to encourage children to read more and record what they have been reading. These are great for writing a list of books they read at school as well as encouraging them to keep reading during the holidays. The reading log pdf and and book report template is perfect for elementary students while the reading log coloring pages can be used with preschoolers too.
Reading Log PDF
This book review and reading log printables pack comes in black and white which is saves a lot in printing costs. It a variety of printable pages for kids to complete as they read new books.
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These Book Review and Reading Log printables are a fun way for young children to review books that they have read, while encouraging them to pick up a new book that they may not have read.
To help save with cost, this printable pack is all black and white. To reuse these pages, laminate the pages once they have been printed or place them in sheet protectors and have your child complete them with a dry erase marker.
First there are printable reading logs. First, there is a weekly reading log with parent signature. You can print out a new one for each week. There is also a printable reading log that you can use on a monthly/yearly basis too. There are two versions of each log. Each reading log template can be printed in either portrait style or landscape which allows more room for younger children to fill in. Here children will write the name of the book that they have been reading as well as how many minutes they read for before initialing the page and having their supervisor/parent/teacher also initial.
This is followed by monthly reading logs. There are two different versions to choose from. On this page, children will color in one book for each book they read. You can encourage your children, by giving them a prize, like the choice of a new book, if they color in all the books by the end of the month.
These reading log coloring pages are also great for toddlers and preschool students to give them a visual clue as to how many books they have read this month. They would also be great for preschool summer reading logs.
This is followed by another reading log template. This one is for each day of the week. It contains information such as the title of the book, the number of pages read and a short summary of the story. This information can also be completed on the Reading Log Bookmarks which comes next.
Lastly, are the Book Review pages. On these pages, children fill in the name and author of the book they have been reading as well as rate the book by coloring in the number of stars they give it. There are also places for children to write their favorite character, the setting and a summary of the book. They can also draw their favorite scene from the book too.
The book review template gives children practice in learning how to review a book.
A good way to store these pages is in a binder already in sheet protectors, so they can be easily removed when needed.
In my home, we print out each of these pages into a folder.
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