Reading Logs are usually due every two weeks, on Mondays. You may read whatever you wish, twenty-minutes a night. Write two complete sentences. That means that you have to spell things correctly, use proper punctuation, verb tense, and capitalization. One of your sentences must be a claim about a character (which may or may not be a living thing). Your second sentence must be quoted, textual evidence, to support your claim. Give me page numbers for your evidence; don't just say, "In the book, it says, "..." Make sure to NOT use the same words in your claim, as you do in your text. For instance, don't make the claim, that Tom is tall, and then say, "On page five, it says, "Wow! Tom is tall!"
The ONLY extra credit I give all year, comes from extra reading, on Reading Logs. You must read two of your times, out loud, so that a grownup can hear you reading. Grown-ups must then sign in two spots, that you did that. It is worth five points on the grade.
If you lose a Reading Log, blank ones are in my file cabinet and you can print them from my web page. Look around some; they are there.