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Reading journal

Reading journal

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  • Category: Reading
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Reading Journal

Reading Journal

A Book Journal for Book Lovers to Log and Plan Your Reading

  • Author: The Love of Words
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: 9781710328547
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  • Page: 104
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Reading Journal is the perfect place to write down all those interesting book titles you can't wait to read and to log all the books you have already started or finished reading. This reading journal includes spaces to write down your reading wish list and 50 spreads to log and take notes of the books you have read. There are spaces to fill the book title, the name of the author, the publication year, genre, where you first heard about the book, the date you started reading the book and the date you finished reading the book. Also the Book journal prompts you to assess each title by giving it a star rating from 1 to 5 stars, as well as take note of the author's website or social media channels and the author's other titles you might want to read at a later date. There are spacious record pages to write down any quotes from the book or any insights or ideas you find interesting and wish to remember. Perfect accessory for any book lover who loves reading a lot of books and keep a log of their reading.

Reading Journal

Reading Journal

Book Review Notebook - Diary for Book Lovers to Record, Review, and Reflect Books - Great for Book Club

  • Author: So Fine Journals
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: 9781703832730
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  • Page: 104
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Great Gift for Book Lovers Reading Journal for book lovers to write in before, during, and after reading one of their books. Plenty of space to record information on the book being read as well as a place to record characters, comments, notes taken at book club, or questions to ponder while reading. Features Include: 100 pages in book review journal to write in Lines to include information about the book, including title, copyright, year written, etc. Lines to jot down memorable quotes and page numbers to refer back to Boxes to complete character identification and analysis, plot summary, and notes Five stars to color in to show how great (or not so great) the book is Great way to keep track of what is read, but also a great way to record book club discussions and future reading material. Use with any genre. Large 8x10" colorful journal 100 book reading journal pages Printed on quality paper Made in the U.S.A.

My Reading Journal

My Reading Journal

  • Author: Stephanie Owen Reeder
  • Publisher: National Library Australia
  • ISBN: 9780642276872
  • Category: Children
  • Page: 48
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Every time children open a book, they go on a journey of discovery. Now they cankeep a diary of their adventures. What books have they read? Where did they readthem? What did they think about them? What are the favourites? Now children canrecord the special story of their personal journey through books in their own Reading Journal.

Guidance Bible Reading Journal

Guidance Bible Reading Journal

  • Author: Avonti Adizahyr
  • Publisher: Lulu.com
  • ISBN: 1365718360
  • Category: Religion
  • Page: 408
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The Guidance Bible Reading Journal provides daily scriptures for you to read the entire bible in one year. It also provides space for you to write journal entries and/or jot down notes about the scriptures you read.

Reading Journal Response for Grades 6-8

Reading Journal Response for Grades 6-8

  • Author: Karen Soll
  • Publisher: Capstone
  • ISBN: 162521958X
  • Category: Education
  • Page: 24
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A child's connection to reading can be strengthened with a short writing activity after the book has been read. This book includes several journal responses from which to choose. Responses are included for nonfiction and fiction books and some may even be adapted for poetry and plays. Select the journal response that is most appropriate, and give your child time to write a short response to the prompt. If your child is struggling to come up with a response, do some pre-writing. As your child prepares to write, talk about some ideas he or she might include. Have your child make a list of these ideas and talk about how he or she can craft the ideas into sentences. You can also ask questions that get a little deeper, such as, "What excited you?" or "What were you thinking as we read this part?" If your child is a reluctant writer, here are some quick tips you could try: * Ask your child questions that may help him or her write the answer. * Ask your child to connect the book to his or her life, and ask how. * Allow your child to use the computer to respond. Help make the writing activity fun by allowing your child to respond to whatever he or she related to. When reviewing your child's work, respond to the content of his or her writing rather than the mechanical errors. Journal writing should be viewed as a quick, fun way to give an opinion or extend the learning. A log has been included at the end of this guide. We recommend that you fill it in whenever your child responds to a text.

Reading Journal Response for Grades Pre-K-5

Reading Journal Response for Grades Pre-K-5

  • Author: Karen Soll
  • Publisher: Capstone
  • ISBN: 1625219571
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  • Page: 24
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A child's connection to reading can be strengthened with a short writing activity after a book has been read. This book includes several journal responses from which to choose. The responses may be used with nonfiction or fiction and may even be adapted for poetry and plays. Select the journal response that is most appropriate, and give your child time to write a short response to the prompt. If your child is struggling to come up with a response, ask specific questions. For example, with the journal response that asks why you didn't like the book, you could say, "I remember you frowned when I read about ... Did that part bother you?" If your child is a reluctant writer, here are some quick tips you could try: * Hold the pen while your child tells you what he or she would like to write. Sound out the words as you write the letters. * Sound out the letters as your child is writing the words. * Ask your child questions that may help him or her write the answer. * Ask your child to connect the book to his or her life and ask how. * Allow your child to use the computer to respond. Help make the writing activity enjoyable by allowing your child to respond to whatever he or she related to. When reviewing your child's work, respond to the content of his or her writing rather than the mechanical errors. Journal writing should be viewed as a quick, fun way to give an opinion or extend the learning. A log has been included at the end of this guide. We recommend that you fill it in whenever your child responds to a text.

Reading Journal

Reading Journal

Handraw Art Perfect Gifts for Young Book Lovers / Reading Log Review Rating Organizer Journal A Reading Journal with Spacious Record Pages Child-friendly Layout (Reading Logs & Journals)

  • Author: Readly G Lookgooder
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: 9781672116404
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  • Page: 110
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Does your child love to read? Do you need to keep track of your child's reading for school? Great gift idea for kids participating in a summer reading program. This child-friendly layout is easy to use. It encourages the reader to write about what they read and offers some coloring opportunities on each page. This reading log works great for keeping all of your child's reading information in one place.Each Book Page includes space to log: Title And Author Of The Book Start And Finish Dates Number Of Minutes Spent Reading (Track In 5 Minute Increments Up To 4 Hours Per Book) What Kind Of Book Was Read - FIction/Genre Or Non-fiction/Subject What The Reader Liked About The Book Stuff The Reader Learned From The Book Who Their Favorite Character Was And Why And So Much More... Book Details: 8" x 10" Large Notebook - Great Size For Small Hands Thick White Paper (55lb) - Minimizes Ink Bleed-through 4 Index Pages To Track Books Read 108 Pages With 100 Book Pages Load Record Sheet Durable Matte Finish Cover A wonderful gift for the book lover on your list or for someone who needs a bit of encouragement to read more. Grab your copy today!

Reading Journal

Reading Journal

Book Log for Kids - Books and Stars- Pink Version 8 X 10

  • Author: Edventure Learning
  • Publisher: Independently Published
  • ISBN: 9781696960076
  • Category:
  • Page: 128
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Help kids become lifelong book lovers Encouraging a love of reading is one of the most valuable investments you can make in your child's future. Whether your child is a natural bookworm or a reluctant reader, this journal is designed to help them engage with the books they read in meaningful ways. The Reading Journal not only allows kids to keep track of the books they've read but also gives them a chance interact with the text by writing, drawing, and talking about it. The journaling prompts encourage critical thinking and creativity. It also provides a place for kids to set goals and track their progress, motivating them to keep reading. The easy-to-use journal provides space for kids to record 100 books. Each entry page includes: Space to record the book title, author, and date read A place to record whether the child read the book independently, read it with help, or listened to it Journaling prompts that ask kids to tell what the book what about, remember favorite parts, and give the book a rating Free space for drawing or additional notetaking Additional Features In addition to the 100 entry pages, the book also includes: Parent Guide that explains how to use the journal with readers of all levels and gives tips for using it to track progress and enhance literacy learning Reading Record to see a list of books at a glance Vocabulary Vault to record and interact with new words encountered while reading Book Details: Dimensions: 8" x 10" (20.32 x 25.4 cm) Sturdy matte cover with secure, professional trade paperback binding 126 pages printed on thick white (55#) paper to minimize ink bleed-through This journal is also available in blue! Search for ISBN 9781696745253 or click on "EDventure Learning" to see our other titles.

Reading Journal

Reading Journal

Log, Track, Rate, Review Books Read Diary - Record Favourite Reads and Authors, List Books to Read - Black, Tan, & Grey Book Pattern

  • Author: Just Plan Books
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: 9781713461708
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  • Page: 110
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This reading journal is the perfect way to track and plan your reading. The book contains several sections designed to help you plan your next read. Journal pages included in this book are: Reading Log - record and rate all books read. Book Reviews - book review worksheets to fill out. Books To Read - Add books to your reading queue. Favourite Books - A place to record your most loved books. Great for inspiration if you're ever stuck for what to read next. Favourite Authors - Record all your favourite authors and keep track of new releases. Notable Quotes - Make note of great quotes you find while reading. The book measures 8" x 10" in size allowing plenty of space to write. Matte finish cover with black, tan, & grey books pattern.