We are avid readers in my house. My tween has multiple books in progress at any given time. For that matter, so do I. I also have several books that I am reading to/with her. And, we are even listening to yet another in the car.
I love to have my kids keep track of what they’re reading each school year. At the end of the year, I put all of their reading logs into their portfolios and store them away. It’s always fun to pull out reading logs from years ago to see what we were studying and what they were interested in based on what books are on their lists.
It’s also nice every now and again to hand them a report form to fill out so I can see what they think of what they’ve been reading. We don’t typically do traditional book reports at my house, but these simple report forms are great for starting a discussion about what they’ve read.
I’ve created some fun autumn-themed reading logs and book report forms for you to use with your readers. There are two different reading log styles depending upon how you prefer to track what your kids are reading. There are two general book report forms that can be used with any genre. And, there is a non-fiction report form for younger readers. There are five versions of each form each with a different autumn background.