Add a special touch to your holiday fun with this free Christmas Reading Log pack.
Record and track all of those holiday books that you enjoy this season. Such a simple yet fun way to make a holiday keepsake!
Find out more about these Christmas reading log activities and get your free set today!
Level Up Your Christmas Reading Activities
Every year, I stare in wonder at the number of Christmas books that our family has collected over the years.
Our collection overflows on shelves and baskets. Old treasures and new prints. Holiday books for all ages that have been passed down over the years, gifted to us, or bought for select reasons.
To make it easy to find and enjoy all of our Christmas books during the season, I keep them all in place by our nativity. It’s become a family tradition to read aloud a few books each day as we eagerly await the holiday.
This year, I created this Christmas reading log pack to give my younger boys creative ways to record our holiday reading activities. Here are a few reasons why I wanted these types of reading log printable pages:
- Easy way to track what we’ve read and what to look forward to (our previous system of putting into different piles just never seems to stay organized!)
- Extend our Christmas reading fun activities with pages to record favorite book, character, and titles
- Having new and fun Christmas homeschool activities to enjoy
- Include our Christmas reading log in our homeschool portfolio
As I made these Christmas reading log printable pages, I knew that I’d want to share with you in the hopes of making your holiday season extra special, too 🙂
Creative Ways to Boost the Holiday Fun with This Christmas Reading Log Pack
In this free pack of Christmas reading log printables, you’ll find:
- a cute cover that your kids can personalize with their name and year
- Christmas reading log tracker in color with columns to record date, title, and rating of the books
- Christmas reading log page with black and white books for your kids to write down the title of books read and have room to draw covers or add a touch of color
- My Favorite Christmas Character page for your kids to draw or write about the character that meant the most to them this season
- My Favorite Christmas Book page with book cover for your kids to draw or write about which holiday book meant the most to them this year
To make it super easy to use and enjoy these Christmas reading log pages, I recommend having the following materials available:
- Christmas books! Browse your personal collection. Borrow some from your local library. Ask family and friends to lend you their favorites.
- Pencil or pen (holiday-themed writing utensils add a lovely touch)
- Crayons, color pencils, and markers
Print out extra copies of each page to make sure you have plenty for your kids (and to encourage more reading!). I suggest using white cardstock for the reading log charts (color + black and white) for durability.
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My boys and I find it helpful to store all of our reading log pages on a clipboard. You may find a folder or binder works best for your family.
Make it super fun by adding bonuses to your Christmas reading fun. Decide with your kids how many books need to be read for a special celebration of hot chocolate and holiday treat. Or provide holiday stamps or stickers to decorate Christmas reading logs.
Get Your Free Christmas Reading Log Pack for Special Holiday Fun
Create special holiday memories with this free Christmas reading log pack!
This free printable (PDF) set includes 5 pages (cover, reading log in color, reading log in black and white, favorite character page, and favorite book page).
If you’re using these holiday-themed reading log pages with your family, homeschool co-op, class, or library, you may certainly print out as many copies as you need to fully enjoy your experience. I do ask that you please share the link to this post with co-workers or friends who might like to use these activities with their kids. Thanks so much for your cooperation and sharing!
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