Reading is an important part of learning for kids. I made a bunch of free printable cute reading logs for students to keep track of their daily, weekly, and monthly reading goals.
There are different designs that will be great for kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade and 6th grade.
Some of the reading logs are very simple and there is even one that’s a coloring page.
I also created some monthly reading logs with a fun theme for each page.
I think you’ll be able to find one that you like and that’s perfect for your little one.
These printable reading logs are for personal or classroom use only and no part of them may be resold.
How To Print Out The Free Reading Logs
- Click the link for the reading log you’d like to print out.
- A PDF file will open. I share my files through Google Drive. If you’re on a school network, file sharing of this type may be blocked. Try a different network.
- Once the reading log PDF has opened, use the printer icon in the top right corner to print or the down arrow icon to download to your device.
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Simple Printable Reading Log
This is a simple reading log that can be used for any grade level.
It has space for the child to write in the date, name of the book, and how many minutes they read.
The rainbow lettering makes this a cute design that kids will love.
Kindergarten Summer Reading Log
This summer reading log can be used for kindergarten or any grade to track their summer reading.
Kids will color in a sun for each 20 minutes of reading they do.
This is a fun way for younger kids to track their summer reading without having to write in a book name, date, and how long they read.
If you want some other summer reading logs, be sure to keep scrolling down to the monthly reading logs where I have summer reading logs for June, July and August.
AR Reading Log
This accelerated reader reading log is a simple design that can be used for all ages and grade levels.
It includes everything you need to keep track of for advanced readers.
Free Printable Weekly Reading Log
This is a very simple weekly reading log with the days of the week already filled in.
Kids just have to fill in the title of the book an how many minutes they read.
They’ll love the cute bookworm at the bottom and the colorful rainbow design.
Monthly Reading Logs
Here you’ll find a reading log for each month of the year with a fun theme to fit the season or holiday for that month.
January Free Reading Log
This fun snowflake themed January reading log has space for the date, book title, number of pages read, any comments kids have about the book and parent initials.
February Student Reading Log
You can’t have a February reading log without some cute hearts in the background.
This student reading log will help kids stay on task with their reading homework for the month.
My March Reading Log
Kids will love the cute shamrock background on this March reading log.
This reading log template will hold kids accountable for their reading at home.
April Daily Reading Log Printable
Send kids home with this cute April reading log with rainbows to keep track of their reading for the month.
There’s even space for parent initials so you can make sure they’re actually reading.
May Home Reading Log
This May flowers home reading log is bright and colorful.
It’s a fun way to keep track of reading homework.
June Independent Reading Log
This June reading log has a cute ice cream background that kids will enjoy.
This is a great way for kids to log their summer independent reading.
July Summer Reading Log
4th of July and barbecues are what the month of July is all about.
Kids will have fun tracking their summer reading on this July reading log.
August Summer Reading Log
This August reading log has all the summer vacation vibes.
It’s cute, colorful and fun for kids to log their summer reading in the month of August.
September Homeschool Reading Log
This back to school theme reading log for September is great for homeschool or classroom use.
Free Printable October Reading Log
Get ready for Halloween with this cute October reading log.
Kids can track reading their favorite Halloween books in the month of October.
November Reading Log Printable
This fall leaves November reading log is perfect for holding kids accountable for their reading homework for the month.
Kids can write in the comments what they enjoyed about what they read or how it made them feel.
December Class Reading Log
The cute candy cane background on this December reading log will have kids feeling festive as they track their reading for the month.
December is an important time for kids to log their reading because it’s such a busy time of year, they may forget to do their daily reading.