Are you doing Summer reading in your homeschool this year? Meagan from More Than a Homeschool Mom has put together a fun printable pack just for you. Make sure to click over to her page. She has also included a great list of some of the Summer reading programs your child can take part in. There are some really great programs that will make fantastic reading incentives
Reading Logs – Reading logs in black and white or in color based on what you would prefer. On each reading log your child can write down their title, date read, and reading time.
Reading Log Bookmarks – These bookmarks are a fun way to keep up with your reading time while on the go. Each bookmark has the title spot on the top as well as many lines to write the date and amount of time spent reading. Print these on card stock or construction paper if you want them to survive multiple days of reading.
Cut and Paste Reading Logs – This reading log has animals you can cut out and paste on each square. Each square will equal one hour of reading time. This is great for visual learners.
End of Week/Summer Reading Reward – Whether you want to reward your reader at the end of the week or the end of the year, these are included just for you. Simply write in the appropriate places to personalize your certificate.
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