Free book tracker printable just for you!!
I love keeping track of the books we’ve read as a family. Reading aloud to the kids for morning basket, snack time or before bed makes me truly happy. Enjoying book discussions after we’ve finished the book, and even watching the movie version and comparing is part of our brave writer lifestyle.
Literature based homeschooling is something we strive for in our homeschool.
I truly hope my kids become readers when they grow up, and one of the best ways to do that is to read to them. Sarah Mackenzie’s book ‘Read Aloud Family’ has great book recommendations for each age. I really loved her discussion questions too. ‘Give your Child the World’ by Jamie Martin is another favorite for book recommendations with culture and global diversity.
Why should you keep track of the books you’ve read?
It’s so nice to look back at each school year, or each calendar year with the books that you’ve read. I also enjoy using my bullet journal or teacher planner to keep track of books, make book wish lists or organize literature into historical periods.
You can keep track of books or create reading goals with these printable sheets
Here’s your Freebie!
These book tracker printables include 3 separate pdf files
- Books I’ve Read ‘Time Spent Reading is Time Well Spent’ –> Reading Log Printable
- Book Tracker ‘ List of Books We’ve Read’ –> Book tracker printable
- Reading Wish List –> Book reading list
Enjoy & Happy Reading!
My reading list for 2020
I’ll be using these printables to create my book lists and reading goals for the 2020 year. We’re combining Torchlight Level 2 and Build your Library Level 2 for Medieval until the summer months. I foresee it taking longer to go through though! I plan on doing early modern history and pioneer for the 2020/2021 year. I go through the book lists in both, and also try to add in Brave Writer Arrows too if I can match a few a year.
We often get side tracked if I plan on a book that’s also a series.
That means I have to revisit my reading lists 3 times a year on average (which I secretly love doing anyways). After reading the Vanderbeekers of 141st the kids wanted to read the rest (the one coming this Sept!!). I have a feeling the Green Ember will likely be another series too. Other times the book we read was heavier then I want to choose a lighter book to follow.
Do you have a favorite literature based homeschool curriculum? I enjoy using them for inspiration, although never follow them perfectly.
Behind the scenes 😉