The following reading logs will encourage kids to read more books. Please scroll down the page until you find the perfect chart for your needs.
It is a shame but today with all the TV, computer games and technology kids don’t read nearly as much as they once did. Since both my husband and I loved reading, I just assumed that my kids would too. It turns out that it isn’t hereditary :). Since my children respond really well to sticker charts, I tried using them to encourage them to read. In the beginning, they did it for the prize but they actually started enjoying it and carried on reading.
This reading log records up to 10 books.
This reading chart records up to 8 books.
This reading sticker chart records up to 8 stories (for younger kids or children who have just started reading).
The reading log records up to 10 stories (for younger kids or children who have just started reading).
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Chart for 10 books (with no prize for completing the books).
Chart for 20 books (with no prize for completing the books).
Reading Logs for Stories (not books) for Younger Kids
These reading logs are for younger kids who still read stories (not books). If you encourage younger kids to read stories chances are they will want to read more books when they are older.
This reading log is for 20 books (with no prize for completing the books).
This reading chart is for 20 books (with a prize for completing the books).