Do you want to keep track of your child’s (or your own) reading habits? Use these free printable reading log to help you track how many books or pages you’ve read and set up a lifelong habit of reading!
Reading logs are an incredibly useful tool for tracking and encouraging reading habits. They can help children, students, and adults alike to measure and monitor their progress as they read through books.
That’s why we’ve created these free printable reading logs! Our reading log printables make it easy to keep track of your reading in style! Get started today with our free printable reading logs and start tracking your progress towards becoming an avid reader!
Why Use a Reading Log
Whether you’re a student or an adult, keeping track of your reading progress can be incredibly beneficial. By using a reading log, you can:
- Track how much you’ve read throughout the month or year
- Monitor your progress in each book that you read
- Set goals for yourself ie. Read 1 book a week or 25 books in a year, etc.
- Quickly reference books you’ve read in the past or recall information such as author
- Create a habit of daily reading for yourself or your children (use a printable habit tracker to help make this stick!)
- Keep kids on track and motivated to read.
Using a reading log is also an excellent way to motivate yourself to read more. Seeing your progress in writing will help encourage you to keep going, even when things get challenging or tedious. And with these reading log templates, all of this can be done without taking up too much time or effort.
You can even use a completed reading log as an incentive for a prize or reward. This is perfect for summer reading or for reluctant readers who need an outside push to read more.
So, if you’re looking for an easy and efficient way to track your reading progress, download our free printable reading logs today! You won’t regret it. Happy tracking!
These reading logs are perfect to placing in your child’s school binder, along with other resources such as:
- A calendar– monthly or yearly
Download the Printable Reading Log Now
There are lots of different reading logs to choose from.
You can choose simple ones with minimal information, logs with ratings, or summer reading logs.
To download, simply click on the image of the log you want to download it to your device.
Simple Reading Log Printables
These first reading logs are simple, with minimal information.
To use, write down the date you read, the title you read, and how many pagers/how long you read for.
Printable Reading Logs with Rating Stars
These next reading logs have a place to write down your thoughts on each book you read using a star rating system.
Simply write down the title and color in the stars- 1 one star means you didn’t enjoy the book and 5 stars means you loved it!
Reading Log with Title, Author, and Pages
The next reading logs have a place to write down the date, title of the book, author, and how many pages/minutes you read for.
It’s great for tracking daily reading habits.
Printable Summer Reading Logs
Do your kids need to be motivated to read during summer vacation from school?
Use these printable summer reading logs to track their daily reading.
You can choose to offer incentives for a completed chart- such as a treat, field trip, or other reward.
Or you can use the reading log as a daily task that must be completed before screen time or other free-time activities.
Picture Based Reading Log Coloring Sheet
This last reading log is more of a coloring sheet- making it perfect for younger kids, or those who really only want to track how many books they’ve read.
To use it, color one book each time you finish reading one.
Make a goal for yourself (or your child) for completing the entire log!
You are free to use these reading log printables for personal use in your home or classroom. If you’d like to share this resource, please direct people to this page instead of sharing the file directly. These downloads may not be used in any commercial fashion.
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