I’m sharing a free printable reading log and planner to help you organize all the books for kids that you want to read.
Have you ever had a friend tell you about the greatest book they just read to their kids and you think I need to remember that title? Then, you forget. Happens to me quite often.
Did you ever dream of documenting all the great read-alouds you share with your family? Maybe the first 100 books your child ever heard or the first books he read on his own? Me too.
Would you like to set reading goals for your child or family and actually remember the ones you set when it’s July? Yep, been there.
I’ve got you covered.
Yep, I’ve created your dream printable reading log and planner. And, get this… It’s FREE for YOU. Think of it as my little gift to help you read more with the kids.
So, let me tell you what you’ll find in the free 18-page download. You can listen to me talk about it in this video or just keep reading.
- Reading Goals– a place to set goals for the week, month, quarter of year
- Books to Read– jot down all those books that are recommended to you or you read about on blogs
- Books To Be Read– must read books that you don’t want to forget about for the future
- Books to Read Again– a list for all those books that were so good that you want to remember to read them again
- Our Reading Streak– challenge yourselves to see what your longest reading streak will be
- Quotes to Remember– a place for all those little gems that speak to you
- Book Logs– 5 different types of book logs to keep for children of different ages
- Family Dinner Book Club– track the books you will read for your very own monthly Family Dinner Book Clubs
- Cookies and Bookies– enjoy a new monthly ritual of eating cookies and sharing books with our Cookies and Bookies project
- Summer Reading Challenge– a summer library reading challenge
- Winter Reading Challenge– pass the cold winter months with these weekly reading challenges
- Author Birthdays– a list of our favorite author birthdays to celebrate
- Literacy Celebrations-don’t miss National Poetry Month, Dictionary Day, or Read for the Record Day with this handy list
Wowzers, sounds good! Okie dokie, just click the button below, fill out the form, and I’ll email you the reading log and planner. You just download the file, print, and enjoy.
Still want to get even more organized? You may have heard of toy rotation, but have you tried a book rotation? Here’s how- How to Do a Book Rotation
Now, you just have to decide what books to read. I’ve got you covered there too. Try this list of 101 Books Every Child Should Hear Before Kindergarten and our Ultimate List of Preschool Books.
The next time someone says, “You just have to read this book,” you’ll have a handy place to keep the recommendation.