K is for … Keeping Track

K is for Keeping Track with a free printable chart from At Home: where life happens

As we get further along the reading trail, I find that it is so easy for me to lose track of what we have done each week. Part of this is because I have been a little lax about setting goals. The other part is that J doesn’t have a good way to tell what progress she is making. So, I have decided to make both of those concrete this month and into the future.

The goal: 10 books on level per week. More if she can but at least 10.
Progress measure: a chart that she can mark off.


K Keeping TrackK Keeping Track PDF

J asked for a chart so I created one for her. We are printing it off and posting it. Each time she completes a book, she gets to put a sticker over the next number on the chart. (Bonus: number practice and as she completes charts, counting by 10s.) She loves giraffes and purple so I chose those for this first chart. As we move along, I will be adding more charts for her and I will try to remember to share them with you all.

If you would like your own copy of this chart, just click the link below the picture for a PDF file to print.

I would enjoy hearing about the various ways you have kept track of reading with your students. Please share your ideas in the comments. And as J takes off with reading, we will be marking off numbers and completing charts. At Home.

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2 thoughts on “K is for … Keeping Track

  1. Desiree W. June 26, 2021 at 9:41 pm Reply

    I love book charts. This one is cute!

    • 3gigglygirlsathome June 27, 2021 at 2:14 pm Reply

      Thanks. She was so interested in giraffes that it was perfect for her at the time.

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