READING LOG Schedule
Directions: Follow this schedule for the reading log and use the Spelling composition book for each day. Write the title and author of the book at the top margin. Then, write the date, number of minutes read, and your parent initials underneath. Sentences should reflect the grammar and mechanics lessons that are taught in school. Capitalization. Organization. Punctuation. Structure. (COPS) Students may use colored pencils or crayons for coloring purposes. Please use a pencil to write. No pens or markers as they will bleed through the thin paper.
Day 1: Draw a picture of the main characters in the story. Write about who they are and why you like or dislike them.
Day 2: Do a Circle Map about the story. Write sentences (however many you need) to tell me about the story.
Things to consider: What was the problem? Why did the characters do that? How did they solve the problem?
Day 3: Draw a picture of the setting. Write sentences (however many you need) about where the story takes place.
Day 4: Pick a character, the setting, or the event that happened and do a Describing / Bubble Map to tell me about them. Then write sentences to explain your thinking.