How do you keep track of what you want to read?
B is for books and Bookwyrms! A bookwyrm doesn’t just read dragon books…a bookwyrm reads all kinds of books. Download the free printable Book Tree Book Log and keep track of what you want to read, what you are reading, or what you have read.
I’m tracking my read alouds and personal reading for Spring 2018 — check it out below!
I color in the little book beside the title when I write the name down. I chose a title that reminds me of the book. Note: if you chose an obscure color from your vast Berol Primascolor collection…you might not be able to find the exact same shade to color in the book on the tree!
Then I outline a book on the tree in the same color. As I read I might color in a bit of the book to show my progress, as in the case of Ivanhoe (free for Kindle!). This one I’m reading aloud — such a good story but taking us awhile to get though. Getting all the little dragons in one place at one time when they aren’t so little is challenge!
But for Mel Robbin’s The Five Second Rule, I just colored it when I finished. I also highly recommend her book. 5-4-3-2-1-Go!
You could also record the date started and finished, plus a star rating system of your own. You might have noticed I only have eight books on my list. You don’t have to commit to reading 10 books a month, season, or even a year. Just write down when you start a book and watch your Book Tree Book Log bear fruit. Same for your little dragons, if writing down the title is too much — do it for them. Reading is what matters…recording is for fun!
Bookwyrm actually records what he reads here: Bookwyrm’s Book Reviews! Check them out.
To down load your Book Tree Book Log click the image above!
Also, I found several other fun tracking printables you might want to check out.
If you want to track titles:
Starts at Eight has bookshelf reading logs in standard and bullet journal size!
If you want to fun program for summer:
Homeschool Solutions has an “Enchanted Journey” game board style log!
If you want to track minutes (and your little dragons like LEGO):
Little Bins for Little Hands has a minifig printable log!
Are you participating in the Blogging through the Alphabet Challenge? Leave me a comment so I can visit your letter B post!
You can find all the participants to the Blogging through the Alphabet Challenge HERE!
Blogging Through the Alphabet posts:
A is for Alphabet — lowercase alphabet cursive printable
B is for Books — Book Tree Book Log