Do-It Yourself Homeschooling Reading Time 180 Day Journal
Students can keep a record of the books they have read with this journal. Each two-page spread is devoted to one book. The left page has four blank boxes for the student to draw or write interesting things about the book. The right page leaves room to record the book title, author and illustrator, as well as the subject and setting. Children can also copy a quotation and illustration from the book and "rate the book based on their opinion. All pages are designed with a black and white border that children can color. ~ Gina
When your child has a daily reading time use this workbook! They will be able to write about what they are learning and draw pictures inspired by each book. With 180 pages, you'll have enough to last one school year. Perfect for all educational approaches, Charlotte Mason families can use this book to record narration. Delight directed learners can use this book to keep their notes and ideas. Students can use this book as book reports and to help them remember what theyve learned and been inspired by. Non-writers can fill the pages with drawings and doodles.
Creative students, gifted students, struggling and reluctant learners, students with Dyslexia, ADHD, Aspergers and Autism especially thrive with this approach!