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    This reading log is a great tool for students to learn responsibility. It is a great way for teachers to hold students accountable for reading daily. This would also be an easy way to take a grade in reading. The possibilities are endless! This reading log also has a bar graph so that students can have a visual reminder of how far they have to reach their AR goal.

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