I am sharing 6 book tracker printables for kids! Track your kids’ reading progress on the road to reading 1,000 books before they start Kindergarten. I have printable options for between 100 and 1,0000 books—whatever works for you!
6 book tracker printables for kids
Have you all heard of the non-profit that challenges kids to read 1,000 books before Kindergarten? I had heard of friends doing it with their kids before I even had my daughter. But now that she is 3 and libraries are opening back up, we are getting really in to picking out books and reading together.
She is 3 so she obviously isn’t reading by herself yet, but we read a lot together. Every night before bed and also in the place of TV. (When we have the patience lol. No shame on TV and tablet when you just need to get something done or need a breather!)
So obviously I made some trackers! R loves trackers, and quite frankly, I am not going to log in to the system our local library uses to track how many books we’ve read every day. I figure I’ll ballpark it using a printable (plus stickers—obviously good for the 3 year old) and then input it whenever we fill a sheet.
So I made 6 different book tracker printables you can use with your kids to track how many books you’ve read. I have a few different options, too—one where you can put a sticker or check for each book up to 100 is the one we’ll be using.
Reading tracker options from 100 to 1,000
But there are also options where you can cross out books by the 100 as you read them to get to 1,000. And if 100 isn’t enough but 1,000 is kind of too much for one printable, I also have an option with random intervals you can check off or add stickers to from 1 to 500.
You can take a peek at all of the options in this post. Then download all of them! Simply scroll to the bottom of this post and drop your email address in the signup form. After you confirm your email (to prevent spam), you’ll be directed straight to my Dropbox with the files!