By heather on July 4, 2009
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September 28, 2009
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Reading Logs is a free site that I created for my children who kept loosing their vocabulary cards, their friends started using it and eventually it evolved into a full-blown web-site. I’m writing to you because now that the site is available to everyone, I want people to know about it. It is free and always will be free. It is the only site of its kind on the web!
The site lets teachers and librarians create reading logs, vocabulary cards and post spelling lists. There is a Listen & Spell Practice System and the site has built-in access to a dictionary. Students can submit their reading logs and vocabulary cards online which saves a great deal of paper. Teachers will benefit from the ease of tracking progress and creating progress reports. It drastically cuts down on paper usage in the class-room.
Would you be interested in reviewing the site? If you feel it is a helpful site, perhaps you can include it in the list of resources(links) in your website. Thanks
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