Homeschool reading log

Keep track of your child's reading progress with these creative homeschool reading log ideas. Encourage a love for reading and make learning fun with these engaging log templates.
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Free Printable Homeschool Reading Log. Free Printable Homeschool Reading Log, very useful form keeping track of the books your kids are reading each school year. Great printable for teachers, students, parents, tutors and homeschoolers. You can write the date, book title, start page and end page. Print all the copies you need for your school classroom or homeschool curriculum. With

Kelli Gremaux
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Free Printable Homeschool Attendance Log. Free Printable Homeschool Attendance Log, very useful form for keeping track of your student homeschool attendance. Great printable for teachers, students, parents, tutors and homeschoolers. You can check off every day of the school year that your child attended school. The attendance log starts from the month of July and ends the month of June.

Arystasia Kidd
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I struggled with reading when I was younger. It was one of my least favorite things to do. I would check off my reading log a fraction of the time I was actually supposed to. All of the beautiful classics that almost everyone read when they were in school and enjoyed reading in their free time, were not read by me when I was younger. Why? I can tell you a laundry list of reason but what I think it really boils do to is the lack of interest. Books just simply weren’t fun for me to read…

Jennifer Whalen