Summer Reading Tips with a Free Printable Summer Reading Log

It’s that time again…SUMMER READING! Here’s a a couple of cute printable reading logs so your child and keep track of what they’re reading this summer.

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My daughter has a goal of 100 books this summer, the same as last year! I thought I would share the reading logs she uses so you could print it out too.  I know some people don’t like reading logs, but my 7 year old LOVES it.  

She loves being able to see the progress she’s making and it often encourages her to “read one more” because she can get to the bottom faster.

It's that time again…SUMMER READING! Here's a a couple of cute printable reading logs so your child and keep track of what they're reading this summer.

Summer Reading Tips

Reading is so important during the summer. It helps so kids don’t get the summer slide. Update 2020- Especially after the shortened school year for most of the world, this is VERY important. Kids should be reading more than ever now!

  • Make it fun by print out one of the below reading logs.
  • Let your kids read what they want to read. Any reading is good reading.
  • Make it challenge with a fun reward at the end (ice cream, camping in the backyard, a new Lego set).
  • Kids just don’t have to read book- magazines are perfect too. Sports Illustrated are perfect for boys.
  • Read books that are movies too. Read the book, then watch the movie and compare the two.
  • Read books that are apart of a series. If they love a book, it’s a good way to keep going.

Here’s a great article on How to Stop the Summer Slide with lots of fun ideas.

It's that time again…SUMMER READING! Here's a a couple of cute printable reading logs so your child and keep track of what they're reading this summer.

Printable Reading Log

I decided to make a few reading logs for my kids to keep track of everything they read and wanted to make them available to you too. There are four different ones below so make sure to scroll all the way down.

I keep all my printables store on Dropbox so I can give you a higher quality image without slowing down my site. YOu don’t need to have an account. Just click over and you can save to your computer and print out.

If you’re having any trouble, just let me know and I’ll get you going.

Summer Reading Logs

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