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  • E. J. Nowicki

Reading Log Worksheet

Need help keeping track of the days a book is read? Or the minutes or number of pages for that day? Then look no further—a reading log worksheet is here to help.

I know, I know, everyone has seen a version of this at some point. It’s a staple for early readers to use to help record and stay motivated in their reading. But I thought it would be handy to have my own version ready-to-print, right here!

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Starting at the top, a giant space is left open for students (or whomever!) to write their names and make this worksheet their own. Under that, are spaces for the title of the book and author's name. I imagined this worksheet recording the times/pages being read for one book. And no, not all the spaces might be used or multiple pages might be needed for some books but as long as reading is happening, I’m happy! If someone is reading multiple books then multiple pages could be used!

Moving on, a reading log wouldn’t be a log without a good table to record the necessary information. So, the majority of this worksheet is just that, tables for the date, number of pages read, and the number of minutes read to be recorded.

And down below—or next to the charts in the landscape version—is space for a summary of the book and/or comments. Really, this is a space for free thinking and writing anything that comes to mind. No wrong answers!

And lastly are the outlines of five stars to give a rating. How much was the book liked? Or disliked? No stars? Five? Who knows until it’s all colored in!

And there you have it!

Happy Reading!


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Disclaimer: These are just my thoughts and opinions to be taken in a non-professional manner. All worksheets on my site are free to use.

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