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Make reading fun during the holidays with these fun Christmas read-alouds. Kids will enjoy coloring the free printable Christmas Reading log!
If you’re looking for ways to keep your child reading over the Christmas holidays, consider making things a little festive with these Christmas reading prompts.
Even if your child can read independently, choose to set aside some Christmas read-alouds to enjoy together.
I’ll share a few recommended Christmas read-alouds right after I share more about the free Christmas Reading Log!
You could also do a daily family reading session guided by the prompts.
(Some of these could make for some fun memories. Picture your family under the tree, reading the book for the day!)
Making Reading Fun with this Free Printable Christmas Reading Log (Includes Reading Prompts)
Not only does this Christmas Tree Reading Log look festive enough to find a place of honor on the refrigerator, but it’s a fun way to encourage your child to read.
If you want this to be a treasured keepsake, consider using finger paints to fill in each ornament with a fingerprint!
If your child needs a little inspiration, I’ve included reading prompts
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Recommendations for some of our favorite Christmas Read-Alouds
As shared earlier, my family has a collection of Christmas books that we’ve added to our Christmas book library over the years.
Books that even my 17 year old will pull out to read just because they bring back special memories.
Last year, my youngest set up a reading nook, complete with her little rocking chair and Christmas slippers, near the basket with throws.
Here are a few great reads to start off with:
Here are more Christmas resources for your family to enjoy: