The holidays are almost here, and it’s reading club time again! Our winter reading log for kids might be my favorite one yet (there’s even a special holiday bonus!)
Ok friends, Halloween is over, and it’s….full speed ahead to the holidays. School is pretty varied for most of us, but I know that regardless of type and structure, your kids are working on independent reading! I loved doing our Summer Reading Club and our Fall Reading Log, and I’m excited to share that…..it’s BACK for winter with a really fun reading log for kids! Just like last time, we have a fun colorable reading log, book marks and a certificate of completion (plus….a little something extra).
Winter Reading Club: Winter Reading Log for Kids
Our goal? This can absolutely help you support reading assignments from your child’s classroom (or homeschool classroom). 50 books by Christmas (or 50 chapters for older kids). Here’s the deal, that sounds like a lot…..but really? It’s reading for about 15-20 minutes MOST days. Which is something school aged kids should be going (and probably an assignment you have from school already). You can read Christmas books, chapter books, picture books…..whatever works for your child! The point? To ENJOY READING.
Didn’t Abigail Art Company outdo herself? There are 50 baking items. One for each book (you get a cute checklist too). The goal? To get our kids (or you if you’d like to use your own printable version) reading and loving it. There aren’t a ton of rules here. Our overall goal is 50 books (or chapters if you’ve got a chapter book reader) by December 25th. You can read as a family. You can read those books or chapters aloud to your kids. They can do independent reading. It can be a combo of the two. It can be their school assignments. Whatever works for your family.
So how does this work? There are 50 baking items in the picture (bonus you’ll get a recipe card for the BEST gingerbread cookies ever). Each time your child finishes a book (or chapter for the big kids)…..they color ONE item. When they finish coloring all the baking items? They’ll have read 50 books (or chapters) and have completed the reading chart!