This book frame can be used in many ways, and comes in three varieties: blank, one side lined and the other left unlined for a picture, and both sides lines. Use it as a writing or drawing frame, for book reports, for notices on the board, or even as story paper ...
Print out our Reading Logs and Reading Diaries to keep track of your child's daily reading and chart progress. We found that filling out a reading log or diary helped to promote a real sense of achievement with our kids, especially when we added some special stickers into the mix! We've got lots of different printable for you to choose from - something for all ages.
What books has your child enjoyed? Let them keep a record with this fun printable...it will be fun to look back on!
Activity Village has a super collection of resources for making a record of home reading challenges. Shelly shares ideas for keeping a record of the books her kids have read in this guest post.
Available in either colour or black and white, this library books tracker will keep the family organised - and it looks great out on display, too. The colour version is best printed with your printer's borderless settings.
Here's a colourful reading log for younger children to fill in as they finish books. Hopefully they will enjoy the process!
Here's a useful reading log for older children to fill in. Not only will they get a sense of satisfaction as they see the list fill up, but the completed list is a wonderful momento of their reading journey, too.
Choose from colour or the black and white version you see illustrated here of this lovely reading reward chart. There are 16 squares, just the right size for 16 cheerful stickers! When all the squares are filled up, perhaps it will be time for a special treat.