GREAT RESOURCEonline file cabinet ~ I've been using this GO from Laura Candler for years now. Student records the title, reading response, minutes read and then has it signed by parent or guardian. There is also a two-sided version for longer responses.
Read Respond- A Guided Reading Brittany's response: I would like to be able to place this in each child's individual reading/ writing folder, so they could use it as an independent learning tool to help aid in sight word recognition.
Just stick this in your students' "Bring Back to School" side of their folder and have the kids update daily.I give a bookmark as a reward for each one turned in and after a student turns in three, he or she gets to check out an age-appropriate chapter book from my personal library.
Motivate your students to read a variety of genres with the and 30 Book Challenge Reading Logs. Your students will read either 15 books, 20 books, or 30 books of varying genres, recording the titles on their reading logs. Once your students have met their
This reading log is a great way for students and teachers to keep a record of their reading at home or in school! Students record the date, title, and rating of each book read. This reading log is great to use in book bags!
Monthly Reading Log for Primary Classes Maybe staple on the inside of a reading notebook everytime a student finishes a new book, they write down the info. At the end of the school year give out medals or prizes!