Are your kids tracking their reading for Pizza Hut’s Book-it program, a library reading program, or are they just wanting to improve their reading? Reward your child for reading with these daily tracking charts. There’s one for each month, and they make reading fun with their cute themes!
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Hey y’all, Tiffany here.
Did anyone else ever get grounded from reading as a child?
No? Just me?
Well, true story – I loved reading so much that when I was a kid, the only way to give me a consequence I cared about was to ground me from reading and force me to go play outside or at a friend’s house.
And oftentimes, I got grounded from reading becauase I was trying to read late at night in the bathroom. I never could figure out how my parents knew I was in there. (Duh, the light was on and could be seen from the hallway).
Phillip and I are both big readers, and we want our children to love reading as well. As they transition from being read to to reading on their own,we want to help motivate that.
Our kids go through several different reading programs throughout the year. Sometimes, especially during the summer, they are in a few at the same time!! And with modern technology, many are tracked online now (like Pizza Hut’s Book-It program).
Even when there aren’t any ongoing programs, since we homeschool, we need to come up with our own ways to encourage reading. To help keep track a little better, and to help the kids be more involved and excited for reading, we created these free printable reading charts so they can color in each day that they read.
Many reading programs, like from the library or Half-Priced books, will give a free book as a reward for finishing the program. We like to be able to reward along the journey, so we give small rewards for each line that gets colored in, and then one big reward at the end of each month.
You can download all of them as a PDF, or you can get them individually by clicking on the images below.
January Reading Chart
February Reading Chart
March Reading Chart
April Reading Chart
May Reading Chart
June Reading Chart
July Reading Chart
August Reading Chart
September Reading Chart
October Reading Chart
November Reading Chart
December Reading Chart
Plan on using these reading charts to track your kids’ reading this year? Share them on Pinterest!