It is recommended that kids read for at least 20 minutes each day (or night). While some kids love reading and will willingly read for much longer, others haven't found their love of books yet. One way to make reading more exciting (and record keeping easier) is to track of their reading with a reading record chart.
A reading record is a great way to motivate your child to read. They will get excited to add new books to their chart. You can even add a sticker to the chart after they complete a new book or set reading goals and offer rewards for when they reach their goals.
When they have completed the form, add the record to your homeschool portfolio as a permanent record. Many US states now require a reading log as part of your portfolio, and this form makes it fun and easy to do.
Whether your student prefers knights or crowns, these printable reading record charts are fit for a King.
This Reading Record printable is part of our Homeschool Library.
But you can also create your own by
- Opening a new word document
- Adding a table with 5 columns (title, author genre, date and summary)
For a simple bilingual reading record, click here.
Looking for a complete reading curriculum based on your child's interests? Click the image below for information about the Reading Journal Program created by Not Consumed.