A compact and efficient way to have your students participate in and log their summer reading.
A compact and efficient way to have your students participate in and log their summer reading. You may upload this document to Google Docs and give the parents of your students the link so they can download and print the pages they need, or copy and pass out the summer reading log and book report forms and send them home with your students.
There is also a bonus sight word game for parents to play with their children over the summer. I have included lists for all the Dolch sight words, so parents can make the cards they need to practice with their children over the summer if they wish, or you can make them to use at school.
Apr 19, 2016
Great resource to use during summer to keep kids from forgetting.
Denise M - Parent - Member Since September 2015
Summer Reading Log
Oct 26, 2015
I used this with the children I watched over the summer. They enjoyed filling out the chart and showing parents the progress.
Jackie O - Teacher - Member Since December 2014
About the Seller
Practice Makes Perfect
Practice Makes Perfect is an Early Childhood/Elementary Education teacher from Southwestern Pennsylvania. After graduating college, she moved to South Florida, where she taught kindergarten in the Palm Beach County School District for 8 years. After having children, she decided (with her husband) that Florida was too far away from the rest of the family, and she moved back to her hometown, where she took a few years off to spend time with her son. She has been teaching in the parochial school system for 18 years now, first at kindergarten, and currently in a first grade classroom. Lesley has also taught 2nd and 3rd grade Spanish and 4th grade social studies.