Elementary Reading Journal

Fall in love with reading again!

The Homeschool Reading Journal is a full-year homeschool reading curriculum that allows your kids to pick their own books while sharpening their comprehension and analytical skills. All in 15 minutes a day! 

Let your kids take the reins and become life-long readers!

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Customer Reviews

Based on 96 reviews
Kristin W
So very impressed

A huge part of the reason I homeschool is to inspire a love for reading. Each day my children are required to read “x number of pages” but I’ve always wanted more than just me questioning them afterwards. THIS is my perfect solution! But this journal isn’t the same boring questions to answer day after day. It’s something new each day, in fact occasionally it might be a new term we can discuss and then we are learning NEW THINGS while we journal! I just love it! Thank you a million times over. I am so impressed and grateful.

Best reading tool ever

I love these reading journals to get my kids minds engaged with their books in different ways. There are several different exercises and the pages are fun for the kids.


Super cute and thorough. Easy enough for the younger kiddos to understand, yet detailed enough to help them retain information from the books they are reading.


A fun way to incorporate more reading for my kiddos

Jennifer Roche
Reading Journal

I purchased this last year. So excited to include it in my daughters reading this year. The Journal will be a great way to track and record her learning this year.


Best company ever! So glad I found it:)

Reading Journal

So excited to implement this into our curriculum this year, I love all the book suggestions inside the journal too!


Bought for my two sons for homeschool. A great tool for checking for retention. There are MANY prompts-I enjoyed planning our reading with this journal. Bonus-included at the beginning is a list of Christian young reader books.

Nicole Randall
He likes, he really likes it!

My son, the voracious reader - but master "avoider of all things writing" was commenting (after a week of 5th grade soft-start that included the elementary reading journal) "I love this!" It came completely out of the blue, so it was not prompted by me. I was thrilled on my flip through, and it's up to him which section to fill out based on type of book he's reading at the time. Thanks for any easy way to touch on reading skills, that he can be responsible for.