7th Grade Reading List

7th Grade Reading List

Yesterday I shared my daughter’s 4th grade reading list and today I am sharing my son’s 7th grade reading list. He is much less of a bookworm, so the visual choice list helps him a LOT. Thankfully he glanced at the list and already saw several books he wants to start with!

7th Grade Reading Book List (1 of 1)

I used many sources to find books I thought he might enjoy and that I wanted him to try. I have not read all of these, but looked at reviews and am comfortable with giving these a try. After deciding on many book choices for him, I created a page with each cover so he can browse and choose his next book easily. We do not own all of these so I have him choose and I put the book on hold at the library!

Some of the books carried over since he didn’t choose them last year. I removed most of what he didn’t choose but left a few I am hoping he will pick this year!

7th Grade Book Checklist

Below you can see Amazon links to all of the books on this list {click over to the blog if you are reading in email}.

Downloads…

I have a few downloads you are welcome to use if you’d like. First, here is a copy of the book choice page featuring the books I chose for him. If you want to create your own visual list, it is easy!  Just grab the book cover images online somewhere {I used Amazon} and then copy them into a document and resize how you want!  I use PowerPoint to create my documents, I like their positioning tools the best.

Here is a blank reading record like his. I just have her write the title, author and rate the book 1-10 based on her opinion.

Reading-Record32

Here’s another reading log we have used.  It is very similar to the one we are using now.

Free-Printable-Reading-Log32

See our Book Lists Pinterest board here!

Booklist Video…

I recently did a Facebook Live video sharing about these visual booklists, and why we love them! You can watch that here!

FB Live 7.24.18[14]

More Book Lists

6th Grade Book List  Slide1741 

3rd-Grade-Book-List8 4th-Grade-Book-Checklist_thumb8

2nd-Grade-Homeschool-Reading-Plan4  1st-Grade-Library-Book-Favorites5



4th Grade Reading List

4th Grade Reading List

This will be our third year using visual reading lists! Today I am sharing my daughter’s 4th grade reading list. She is my bookworm, and veers from the list often. I still created a list for her so we would have ideas throughout the year just in case!

4th Grade Reading Book List (1 of 1)     

I used many sources to find books I thought she might enjoy and that I wanted her to try. I have not read all of these, but looked at reviews and am comfortable with giving these a try. After deciding on many book choices for her, I created a page with each cover so she can browse and choose his next book easily. We do not own all of these so I have her choose and I put the book on hold at the library!

Some of the books carried over since she didn’t choose them last year. I removed most of what she didn’t choose but left a few I am hoping she will pick this year!

4th Grade Book Checklist

Below you can see Amazon links to all of the books on this list {click over to the blog if you are reading in email}.

Downloads…

I have a few downloads you are welcome to use if you’d like. First, here is a copy of the book choice page featuring the books I chose for her. If you want to create your own visual list, it is easy!  Just grab the book cover images online somewhere {I used Amazon} and then copy them into a document and resize how you want!  I use PowerPoint to create my documents, I like their positioning tools the best.

Here is a blank reading record like his. I just have her write the title, author and rate the book 1-10 based on her opinion.

Reading-Record32

Here’s another reading log we have used.  It is very similar to the one we are using now.

Free-Printable-Reading-Log32

See our Book Lists Pinterest board here!

Booklist Video…

I recently did a Facebook Live video sharing about these visual booklists, and why we love them! You can watch that here!

FB Live 7.24.18

More Book Lists

7th Grade Book Checklist  6th Grade Book List 

Slide1741  3rd-Grade-Book-List8

2nd-Grade-Homeschool-Reading-Plan4  1st-Grade-Library-Book-Favorites5



3rd Grade Reading List ~ Update

As we close up our homeschool year I wanted to share the books my daughter, who just finished 3rd grade, ended up reading this year!  At the beginning of the year I shared this list with you, which was the list I created to launch from. In that post you can download her exact reading guide, shown in the photo below.

3rd-Grade-Book-List

      

This girl loves to read. I can’t keep up with her. She chose to read MANY of the books on the list and MANY that weren’t on the list! Below you can see her final ratings of each book from the list! I have her put a dot sticker with her 1-10 rating when she finishes a book. We also kept a written list for books not pictured.

Click each image to enlarge.

3rd Grade Reading Log (1 of 2) 3rd Grade Reading Log (2 of 2)

Books from a series are not all listed, these are the names in case I didn’t write it out above!

  • Wings of Fire
  • Sophie Mouse
  • Shelter Pet Squad
  • The Menagerie
  • Pet Rescue Club
  • Dog Diaries
  • Ranger in Time
  • Ragweed, Poppy, Poppy & Rye, Ereth’s Birthday, Poppy’s Return, Poppy & Ereth
  • Toys Go Out, Toys Come Home, Toy Dance Party
  • The Mouse & The Motorcycle, Runaway Ralph, Ralph S. Mouse
  • Leila & Nugget Mystery
  • Dragon Keepers
  • Zoey & Sassafras

Below you can see the books on Amazon {jump to blog if reading in email}



6th Grade Reading List

6th Grade Book List

Last year we used visual reading lists for the first time and it was SO helpful! I chose to do this again for this upcoming homeschool year and shared our 3rd grade list last week and today I am sharing my son’s 6th grade reading list.

I used many sources to find books I thought he might enjoy and that I wanted him to try. I have not read all of these, but looked at reviews and am comfortable with giving these a try. After deciding on many book choices for him, I created a page with each cover so he can browse and choose his next book easily. We do not own all of these so I have him choose and I put the book on hold at the library!

Below you can see Amazon links to all of the books on this list {click over to the blog if you are reading in email}.

Downloads…

I have a few downloads you are welcome to use if you’d like. First, here is a copy of the book choice page featuring the books I chose for him. If you want to create your own visual list, it is easy!  Just grab the book cover images online somewhere {I used Amazon} and then copy them into a document and resize how you want!  I use PowerPoint to create my documents, I like their positioning tools the best.

Here is a blank reading record like his. I just have him write the title, author and rate the book 1-10 based on his opinion.

Reading-Record32

Here’s another reading log we have used.  It is very similar to the one we are using now.

Free-Printable-Reading-Log32

See our Book Lists Pinterest board here!

See some of our other book list posts below.

Slide1741  3rd-Grade-Book-List8

2nd-Grade-Homeschool-Reading-Plan4  1st-Grade-Library-Book-Favorites5



3rd Grade Reading List

3rd Grade Book List

Last year we used visual reading lists for the first time and it was SO helpful! I chose to do this again for this upcoming homeschool year and today I am sharing my daughter’s 3rd grade reading list.

I used many sources to find books I thought she might enjoy and that I wanted her to try. I have not read all of these, but looked at reviews and am comfortable with giving these a try.  After deciding on many book choices for her, I created a page with each cover so she can browse and choose her next book easily. We do not own all of these so I have her choose and I put the book on hold at the library!

3rd Grade Book List

My daughter can read and comprehend beyond a 3rd grade level, but she still enjoys books focused towards the younger crowd. I try to balance this and spent lots of time on this list! She would read Critter Club and Magic Puppy all day long, and I still allow her to read anything she chooses alongside of books I choose. We also always have a basket of picture books she chooses from the library too! You are never too old for picture books!

Below you can see Amazon links to all of the books on this list {click over to the blog if you are reading in email}.

Downloads…

I have a few downloads you are welcome to use if you’d like. First, here is a copy of the book choice page featuring the books I chose for her. If you want to create your own visual list, it is easy!  Just grab the book cover images online somewhere {I used Amazon} and then copy them into a document and resize how you want!  I use PowerPoint to create my documents, I like their positioning tools the best.

Here is a blank reading record like hers. I just have her write the title, author and rate the book 1-10 based on her opinion.

Reading-Record3

Here’s another reading log we have used.  It is very similar to the one we are using now.

Free-Printable-Reading-Log3

See our Book Lists Pinterest board here!

See some of our other book list posts below. Our new 6th grade list is coming soon!

Slide17  2nd Grade Homeschool Reading Plan  1st Grade Library Book Favorites