My book log remains my favorite page in my monthly set-up. Here's October's book log. I added a list of words that I've pulled from my reading - words that either I was curious about the definition/etemology, or words I wanted to attempt to add into my vocabulary. I have a fascination with words and word origins, so I am loving having a this record in my journal.
FREE Printable Books To Read Log from Starts At Eight. FREE Printable Reading Logs from Starts At Eight. Looking for a cute printable book log? These FREE Printable Book Logs can be printed as a full page for kids or adjusted for your bullet journal.
This is a free reading log for your students to enjoy. A simple and colorful, yet effective way for them to write down the books they have read this year. They are given four spaces to fill in...Book Title, Author, Number of Pages & Star Rating. Hope you enjoy this product.
Love this design from Carley Cain I picked up on Facebook, in bullet journal junkies group, great way to list books to read, so creative and so much better than just a list, so much you could do with it.
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.