Now on TPT: Monthly Reading Logs - The Learning Effect

Now on TPT: Monthly Reading Logs

Today I uploaded two new files to Teachers Pay Teachers. They're both monthly reading logs, but one is for grades 1 & 2 and the other is for grade 3 & up. I used the lower grades logs for my 2nd graders last year. Parents and students liked the monthly reading logs much better than weekly. And because of the large range of reading levels I had, I required them to track if they were read to by their parents or if they read themselves. I had quite a few students who read a lot in school and at their after-care program, but when they were home, their parents read higher-level books with them. I was okay with this and just wanted to know that they were reading or being read to at home.

The monthly reading logs for grades 1 & 2 have different column headings than the one for grade 3 & up. See the pictures below.

These files are priced at $2.00 each. All 12 months are included in both sets. The files will be on sale for $1 until Sunday, June 24 at 9 p.m. (MT).

The first FIVE people to comment & tell me what book you're currently reading will receive both sets for free! {Be sure to leave your email in the comment so I can email the files to you!}


  1. How fun! I am currently reading a book for my Master's class: Issues and Trends in Literacy Education. It is a really good professional book for all grade level teachers.

  2. These are great!! I'm reading Guided Math right now and I can't wait to implement everything next year in 4th grade.My email is :)

  3. I am currently reading Conscious Discipline. Heather at Heather's Heart has been writing posts about it for several months and she hooked me. I am not very far into it, but I love what I have read so far :)

    My (Not So) Elementary Life

  4. Those came out great! I'm about to start read The Book Whisperer. Im ready to revamp my Reading Workshop.

    Sara :)
    Smiling In Second Grade

  5. Looks great!

    Like Heidi above, I am currently reading Conscious Discipline. I learned about it this past semester in my classroom management class. I love it!


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