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Is it book report time? It’s always nice to have an easy way to do book reports with your kids. In this post I have a printable guided book report for you! This is a fun and colorful one in a few different styles.
This Guided Book Report is great for elementary aged kids. It has 6 pages. The first two pages are for younger elementary-aged kids, the second set of pages are for upper elementary aged kids, and the last set of pages are for kids to use to take notes on the book as they are reading it. They are perfect for teaching study skills and note taking in preparation for writing the book report.
I am curious, for my homeschooling parents, do you give your homeschooled kids book reports? I have from time to time and I think it is a good accountability opportunity for them. I do not always have my kids do book reports on the books they read, though. They read way too many books!
You can read some of my thoughts about reading in the post on the the Importance of Reading to Kids.
Want something a little more basic, and with no colors or characters not hem? Also check out my Elementary Level Book Report Template post.
Need ideas for what books to read with your kids/students?
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How to Print the Elementary Guided Book Report
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