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Reading Log Wheel

This 2-page print-out makes a reading log for 8 books in wheel form. It consists of a base page together with a wheel that spins around. The pages are attached using a brad. Note: the back wheel is slightly larger than the front wheel; this makes it easier to turn the wheel. This wheel works for any animal.brad

After putting the wheel together, the student follows the instructions on the front wheel and fills out the reading log for each given genre (type of book), including: Biography, History, Science, Animals, Science Fiction/Fantasy, Fables/Myths, Any Fiction, Any Non-Fiction. For each of the 8 books, the student writes: Title, Author, Number of Pages, Your Rating of the Book, Date Completed. When you spin the wheel, the parts of the reading log appear, one at a time.

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Reading Log Wheel Bottom

Print this page. This is the back wheel of the printable Reading Log Wheel. Cut out the wheel and attach to the top page with a brad.

Word Wheel

Reading Log Wheel Top

Print this page. This is the front page of the printable Reading Log Wheel. Cut out along the thick black lines (cut along the top half of the wheel and then out to the two side-edges of the paper). Then cut out the cross-hatched areas. The student then follows the instructions on the front wheel and fills out the 8 sections of the wheel.brad

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