Reading Log – Printable Templates
Welcome to our collection of reading log files! Whether you’re a teacher looking to encourage your students to read more or a parent wanting to keep track of your child’s reading progress, these logs are here to help. We’ve got 10 different logs to choose from, each with its own unique style and features. Whether you want something simple and straightforward or something a bit more interactive and fun, we’ve got you covered. So go ahead, take a look and see which one works best for you and your family.
Reading Log Printable Templates
Simple, with space for four books, including book name, author, start and end date, and the student's star rating for the book.
Include title, minutes spent reading, and space for a short review as well as a spot for students to write about their favorite part of this week's reading.
The students colors one fish for every 10 minutes of reading during the week.
Includes the book title, number of minutes read, difficulty and star rating
This simple reading chart includes the date, title author and minutes read.
Includes space for title author, and start/end date.
Includes date, pages read, minutes read, and smile face ratings.
A single book review sheet that includes smiley ratings, new words and characters learned, and space for next book to read.
Single book review with space for main characters, new words learned, favorite parts, and recommendation
Book reflection that provides space for the student to write a paragraph about what they liked and disliked about the book