Kids and parents can use the reading journal and book log to track the books they read together. The journal encourages kids and parents to reflect on and discuss what they read. Kids can use the spaces to record:
The journal pages prompt reflection but are open-ended so kids can choose whether to write or draw their responses, making this journal perfect for kids of all ages--whether they can write yet or not. Parents also have space to record their thoughts and their ratings.
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Kids and parents will love recording the books they read together in this journal. The prompts allow kids to explore their own creativity while encouraging reflection, comprehension, and connection to the story.
The large 8.5″x11″ size gives kids plenty of room to write and draw. Space to record 50 books, plus keep track of reading lists with the table of contents in the front and a to-be-read list in the back.