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FREEBIE: Reading Log – Color Books Printable

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Hey there! A Reading Log: Color Books printable has been added to the Freebie Library.

FREEBIE: Reading Log Color Books Challenge

Contents of the Reading Log: Color Books Printable

The Reading Log: Color Books printable is a fun way to encourage kids to read. Simply choose a reading challenge for your kids and color in the books as the challenge is completed. There are thirty books to color and additional space to write a name and goal.

FREEBIE: Reading Log Color Books Reading Challenge

Directions for the Reading Log: Color Books Printable

  1. Go to the Freebie Library.
  2. Scroll to the Reading section and click on the Freebie: Reading Log: Color Books picture. (It looks the same as the picture at the top of this post.)
  3. Print the reading log. Then fill in the space for the name and reading goal. Next, display the log in a prominent location or store it in a three-ring binder.
  4. Choose your reading challenge. For example, each book on the book log could represent a book that has been read or a set amount of reading time (such as fifteen minutes or thirty minutes).
  5. Color each book on the book log as the challenge is completed. If you choose to have each book represent fifteen minutes of reading time and your kid reads for thirty minutes, color two books on the book log.
  6. A prize could be offered when all thirty books have been colored.

Books to Read

Below is a list of possible books to read about reading and writing.

Prize Ideas

Prizes are optional. But if you choose to offer a prize, here are a few book-themed ideas.

Happy Reading!

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