Make your own personalized free printable bookmark and reading log with this free printable kit designed by Jen Goode. It’s great for preschool and elementary students who are just learning to read or even older kids who have to log their reading time! Perfect for at home use or in the classroom.
Printable Bookmark and Reading Log
These free printable reading logs and free printable bookmark is fun way to include reading into craft time and help kids create something they can use over and over again. It’s perfect for a monthly reading log or a daily reading and a great way to keep track of the books your child read as well as help them focus on their reading goal.
This printable reading log craft kit comes with a reading log, a bookmark and little stars you can use as stickers to decorate.
Perfect for young readers and book lovers alike when for personal use at home or in the classroom. Plus, it’s a fun way to get reluctant readers motivated and perfect for a reading challenge.
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Once the you get the e-mail, it’ll bring up a PDF and then you will be able to print off as many reading logs and book marks as you need.
Related: Check out this Apple Bookmark craft!
Reading Log For Kids
Personalize your own reading log and bookmark. This is a great classroom activity or a project to make with all the kids in the house.
Add your own paper colors and personalize with a name and you’re all set! (This post contains affiliate links.)
How To Personalize Your Reading Log:
Cute off the excess blank section around the reading log.
Brush glue across the back of the paper and glue it to the construction paper
If you would like you can trim off the excess from the construction paper as well.
Each time you read, add a sticker to that line! That makes these reading log printables much more exciting and incentives kids to use their daily reading log. Everyone once a high star rating!
Printable Bookmarks For Kids
The book long isn’t the only free printable! A bookmark is a very useful tool, no one wants dog ears in their books, especially the local library.
And these printable bookmarks for kids are perfect! You can decorate it anyway you want! Decorate it a lot or a little bit, it’s the best way to keep your place in a great book may it be fiction or a non-fiction book.
How To Personalize Your Printable Bookmark:
Print off the printable bookmark and cut it out.
Color and design it anyway you want! Add a little color or a lot of color!
Use a whole puncher to the end closest to the “I”.
Add ribbon to the top of the bookmark so you don’t lose your place when the book is closed.
You can use gift wrap ribbon or fabric ribbon, it doesn’t matter, which ever you prefer!
Take your scissors and curl the ribbon against the blade part. (Be careful!)
Before I added the ribbon I laminated my kid’s bookmark using laminate sheets.
It will help the bookmark last longer.
Reading Log and Bookmark Kit
You can use this same kit to create a different reading log every month. Use one to keep track of your child’s reading list this school year or make one into a book challenge log. Have one for the different types of books your child reads.
Having a record of the books your child reads is a great way to create good reading habits, but they’ll be reading regularly and building reading skills.
Just use different colors to decorate the pieces. You can match the seasons or a specific holiday too.
If you are using reading logs for school, you can color coordinate for the reading level or the student the log belongs to and then match the bookmark too.
If your child likes to read more than one book at a time, you can make multiple sets of this printable bookmark and reading log.
Decorate each one differently, or the same.
This would also make a great activity for library day or for those kids that LOVE to read, why not make your own bookmarks as a birthday party activity!
Find Books That Your Kids Will Read Willingly Here:
This fun project is a great way accessory to pair with your child’s favorite book or maybe the 101 Kids Activities Book.
More Reading Fun From Kids Activities Blog:
- Looking for more bookmarks? Try these bookmarks that look like Dr. Seuss trees!
- We even have some free printable pokemon bookmarks!
- And check out our dragon bookmarks based on the movie How To Train Your Dragon.
- We can show you how to do more arts and crafts for kids bookmarks.
- Check out this reading log printable we made for National reading day!
- You may also like this LEGO themed reading tracker printable.
How did your bookmark and reading log turn out? Let us know in the comments below!