Thursday, August 4, 2011

Free Printable Back to School Reading Log

Back to School Reading Log

I'm pretty much in denial that summer holidays are coming to an end. I did manage to come to grips with reality long enough to create some back to school covers for my summer reading logs though. At your request, here are a few options that can be used throughout the school year! :) Hopefully you can find one that works perfect for you to help keep those kiddos reading all year long!

Download all cover options, the inner reading log pages and
the gummy worm treat bag topper here.

Enjoy and please remember that freebie downloads are available for all simple as that followers,
so head over to the left sidebar there and follow via GFC, then download away. :)

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Here's all the info about the reading logs in case you missed it before.

Pages included in the reading log:

1.Cover page. 2. Back cover. 3. List the number of minutes read and book titles read.
 4. Draw a picture from your favorite book.  5. Choose a favorite book & write about
why you loved it so much. 

Here's a quick bag topper to attach to
a little bag of gummy worms for a special treat.

And here's a simple coordinating bookmark too!
Download info here.
Print out all of the pages {the front & back covers on cardstock}, cut them out and tuck them into a library pocket. The pages could just as easily be held together with a binder clip or you could punch a hole in the top corner of each page and hold them together with a binder ring. :)

Enjoy everyone!

I'm linking up with these fabulous blogs:

Rebecca Cooper

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  1. Beautiful! Thank you!

  2. Just a quick note to let you know that a link to this post will be placed on CraftCrave today [05 Aug 01:00am GMT]. Thanks, Maria

  3. Thank you so much for this post. I want to let you know that I posted a link to your blog in CBH Digital Scrapbooking Freebies, under the Page 4 post on Aug. 05, 2011. Thanks again.

  4. Thank you! I love all your freebies!!! You are so generous!! Have a great weekend!

  5. So cute! Thank you for the downloads!

  6. As a former 1st grade teacher, these are making me miss school (believe it or not! ahaha!)!! They are simple adorable. I LOVE them. If my daughter was old enough, I'd TOTALLY use these as a way to keep my "teaching-life" alive! But, alas, she's only 20 mos old...and let's face it, if I did use them, at this point, it would only be for myself. LOVE your blog, btw ;)

  7. @Michelle

    so glad you like 'em Michelle. :) thanks so much for stopping in to say hi! PS. My youngest daughter is 19 months!

  8. You are so talented!! this is simply lovely - I'm am going to try my best to recreate this!
    Thanks so much, my little one will love it (especially the gummy worms!)

  9. These are so cute and fun. Thanks for sharing the printables. I would love it if you would stop by and share at the link party going on right now at Lines Across My Face.

  10. I just stumbled upon your blog and I am in LOVE! These printables are so pretty! Thanks for sharing them :) As a teacher/homeschooling mom, these are perfect! I pinned them and shared them with my facebook friends. I am also your newest follower.

    Would love for you to stop by and say hi sometime!


  11. This is so beyond cute!! Thanks for sharing the printable! I featured you today in my Friday I'm In Love Favorites!

    - Jenn @ Social Salutations

  12. My heart is going pitter patter! I'm a teacher and a mom! Beautiful job! I'd love it if you'd link this up to my Home and Family Friday linky party!

    Also, can I feature this on my new blog? It is It is my blog all about literacy and family interactions.

    By the way, your family is beautiful!


  13. THANK YOU for encouraging kids to read! Education is not just up to schools, parents have to participate, too. Education is a lifelong process, yes, I know, I sound like an old fart. I am an old fart. If you can read, you can learn about anything and everything!

  14. I love this idea and wanted to let you know that I am featuring it on Monday! Thanks!

  15. Very very cute idea! Love the "bookworms" goodie-bag topper. Thanks for sharing.

  16. Super Cute! I found your blog through Pinterest! Love it! I am a new follower:)

  17. LOVE LOVE LOVE these! I found you through Google. Just wanted to let you know that when I try to download them, however, it says you are out of bandwidth. :( Sad days! I'll try checking back in tomorrow! Hoping to use these for my 7 year old! :)

  18. Thank you ever so much, they are really appreciated. Kindest regards

  19. Adorable and useful -thank you!!

  20. libbywilko5:01 PM

    These are so cute ! Love anything to do with kids reading. Thank you.

  21. I LOVE this idea! I am doing a Very Hungry Caterpillar birthday party for my 2 year old, and am giving these away as take home gifts. I had to alter the activities just a bit because the oldest is 5, but this is perfect!

  22. Great idea and cute. I hope you will link this up to The CSI Project starting tomorrow night. The challenge this week is Back to School. every week is a new challenge and winners! Also a great giveaway!
    Come on over and see the tutorials.

  23. PS LOve your blog. I would love for you to be a guest judge or do a tutorial sometime.
    Email me if you are interested

  24. I'm having a hard time downloading the reading log sheets...HELP?


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