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Make Fall Reading Fun With This Free Printable Reading Challenge for Kids

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I love a good reading challenge for kids.

If you’ve been here a while, I’m sure you’ve downloaded my free Fall reading challenge for kids.

While looking through the resources on the site, I realized I had a

but nothing for the Fall, so I had to remedy that! Fall Reading Challenge Printable with Fall Reading Prompts for Kids

Here’s your improvised Fall Reading Challenge Kit

This Fall Reading Challenge Kit includes:

  1. 16 Reading Prompts
  2. A Fall Reading Log
  3. New to the reading challenge kits: a Fall Book Report and
  4. Four adorable Fall-inspired bookmarks.

Fall Book Report for Kids, Fall Reading Log for Kids

Feel free to make extra copies to share with your neighbors’ kids and your child’s classroom. 

I plan to send this along to my daughter’s 2nd-grade class, along with a set of Color Your Fall bookmarks.

Fall coloring bookmarks- color your own fall bookmarks

Aren’t these just adorable?

One way the kids can enjoy some downtime and color, before jumping into reading time. 

 

How to use the Fall Reading Challenge

There are two ways you can use the 16 prompts. 

  1. You can have kids mark off squares as they choose or
  2. To make things a little exciting, make this a Fall Reading Bingo sheet!

Your child may win a prize (perhaps a book, family experience of choice, or Fall treat of choice) when they complete:

  • The first horizontal row
  • The first vertical row
  • The first diagonal row and 
  • A full house.

Make Fall Reading Fun- Free Printable Reading Challenge for Kids

How should I print this kit?

I recommend using white multipurpose paper for the Reading Log and the Reading Report.

You may use white multipurpose paper for the Reading Challenge sheet or white cardstock.

I would recommend good-quality cardstock for the bookmarks. (I prefer using the linked brand for most of my printable projects.)

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Need a few book recommendations? 

Check these out.

Happy Fall, y’all!

 

 

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