If reading is a big deal in your family then you will surely need a reading log to keep track of all the books that have been read. Aside from tracking progress it can also double as part of your accomplished readings to be included in transcripts.


There are plenty of free reading logs out there but these are my top picks for it’s detail and design.

Busy Teacher’s Cafe

You’ll find the reading log in the “Other” section. Shows date, title, author, type of book. There are 2 kinds to choose from and it even has a Spanish reading log.

The Notebooking Fairy

Specifically made for older kids, There are 18 pages to choose from with 4 different fonts and color.

K12 Reader

Logs by time spent reading, with comment fields, and with number of pages read. Also has summer reading logs and calendars. The website says it’s designed for elementary students but it can also be used for upper grade levels.

Activity Village

Aside from the standard reading log, they offer Books Enjoyed, Books Read, Reading Diary and more.

ABC Teach

Logs by grade levels and summer reading logs as well.

Minds in Bloom

An independent reading log with Rating included. You will be re-directed to another site (TeachersPayTeachers) but it is free.

Super Teacher Worksheets

The Reading Logs are at the bottom of the page. You’ll have to register to download the printable.

123 Homeschool for Me

Logs by month (September through May. Also has a summer reading log.

Sight Words Game

Plenty to choose from. Has daily, weekly, bi-weekly and monthly logs in different formats.

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Sylvan Learning
Logs by color and also includes draw and write book report pages.

Simple as That (Back to School)

Includes cover pages and gummy worm treat bag topper.

Simple as That (Summer)

Summer reading log with a beautiful design

The Curriculum Corner

Simple weekly log and a booklet that has a summary and drawing space included.