Sometimes, kids just need the right motivation to read! (And let’s face it, practice is what some kids need the most when it comes to reading.) With these fun reading logs, kids can keep track of which books, how many books, and when they have read, and earn prizes from Mom and Dad.
While summer is a great time to keep a reading log, any time is a great time to start encouraging the habit and practice of reading.
The Minecraft® Reading Logs free printables set comes with 9 choices for your Minecraft fan, and includes fun graphics they can color or leave black and white. The reading logs have room to track up to 25 books, but if you want to make it a little easier, you can always paste a picture of the prize under line 10 or 15. Or just draw a line–however you want to use these reading logs!
When it comes to motivating kids to read, sometimes books about their favorite theme are just the ticket. I recently had a conversation with Grandma and we’ve decided that my nine-year-old needs some Minecraft books! Here are the books that have made our short-list.
Minecraft: The Complete Handbook Collection – a set of four books from Scholastic including Essential Handbook, Redstone Handbook, Combat Handbook, and Construction Handbook.
Minecraft: Blockopedia by Alex Wiltshire
The Quest for the Diamond Sword by Winter Morgan
The Big Book of Building: Everything Minecraft by Triumph Books
Invasion of the Overworld by Mark Cheverton
Kid’s Stories: Short Stories about Minecraft from Minecraft Books
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