You may also enjoy Reading Passports, Vol. 1: Places & Animals!
Creating reading passports is a fun way to chronicle your student’s progress through various reading challenges. It gives them a physical reminder of their accomplishments and a practical way to track their goals. The passports are flexible and include four pre-made challenges as well as blank pages you can use to create your own challenge or add to one that is included. You can choose the type of challenge and the maximum number of books that need to be read for each challenge. The challenges featured in this set include Famous Scientists, Famous Inventors, Famous Explorers, and Famous Missionaries. 20 pages total.
If you’re not familiar with reading passports, all you need to do to get started is choose a challenge and the number of books your student needs to read to complete the challenge. Using the Famous Inventors challenge as an example, there are twenty-nine passport stamps that feature inventors such as Orville Wright, Karl Benz, Nikola Tesla, James Watt, etc. You decide how many books you want the challenge to include (anywhere from 1-29 or more if you use the blank stamps). Your student can find and read a book on Orville Wright, Karl Benz, and so on, cutting and pasting the stamps to their passport as they go. It’s completely flexible and adaptable, and it is a great way to encourage kids to read books about topics they might not normally explore. Printable checklists for tracking what has been completed in each challenge are also included (these are great for taking to the library!).