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Kids Fall Reading Chart

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It’s about that time. Time for fall to make its appearance, and since I’m gearing up for my own little reading challenge, I thought it might be fun for our kids to go another round too.

I revamped our summer reading chart to a fall version for the kids. They loved reading their hearts out for a measly amazing little prize (a $2 Polly Pocket), and if they want to read to their siblings and practice their reading on each other, I am all for that!

I made up a little chart for the girls and Zachary to complete a challenge from me: read 75 books this fall and get a special treat – i.e. something under $5 or so at the store. Even better, they can earn extra points depending on the size of the book (Laurianna) and for helping Mommy out around the house with extra little projects – but it has to be done cheerfully and with no complaining (there’s always a catch!).

fall reading challenge

In case you want to have your own little fall reading challenge at home, feel free to print off the chart by clicking on the image above and have fun with your kids too!

You can find reading challenge charts for all of the seasons on my website.


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  1. I LOVE this chart. I love all of the charts and pages you have made. Do you make them in MS Word? I am trying to make my own notebook pages, and I am getting frustrated, so I’m interested to know if there is an easier program to make pages in than Word.

  2. I am going to put together a little unit on Fall for my kids…and probably put it on my blog. Do you mind if I link to you?

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