This journal fits within the style of how I teach language arts to my children. My son is excited to use it everyday. It has gone so well for him, that I purchased one for my kindergartner and she is looking forward to using it when she is in second grade.
I love the idea of this reading journal. It's a bit too advanced for my 1st grader so hoping it will be perfect for next year.
I've been looking at the reading journal for a while. My daughter wasn't quite old enough earlier this year. I decided to get it just before her 5th birthday this month and walk her through it. Already we verbally go through reading comprehension. I think this will be perfect to transition since she is reading better now. I will write what she tells me and have her read what I write.
These are a great way to make sure the kiddos are actually reading those independent books!
We love the Homeschool Reading Journal! It allows my daughter to choose what books she wants to read, yet prompts deep thinking responses to what she reads. It is great that it covers a variety of literacy concepts (i.e. vocabulary, word study, comprehension). Plus, we love the colorful illustrations!
We are loving this curriculum! My hesitant reader is loving reading time now!
My daughter has been struggling with reading comprehension lately and I’m praying this is the solution that will solve the problem. I love how it’s fun to look at for kids but they can do it independently as well.
We are just starting our process of using the Reading Journal. So far it has been easy to use for our 8 year old through 16 year old. The high school students use the prompts to start off more in depth assignments and they have helped get the thinking process going. I love the prompts that challenges the reader to compare everything to how God wants us to live. Thank you for an excellent product!
I love this Reading Journal! Kim does such a great job of helping kids compare what they are reading to God's Word. This is the best product I have found to help me to know that my kids are understanding what they are reading, without a ton of work. It's short, simple, and yet profound. It doesn't take a long time to complete or a lot of work, but it accomplishes the job it needs to do.
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