FREE Book Report Resources and Ideas

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I love homeschooling, but I have noticed that sometimes there are things that I forget to do that is normally done at a school. One of these things is book reports!

Free Book Report Resources and Ideas
Book reports can be a fun or daunting thing for a child. If your child LOVES to talk and loves to read books then they will most likely enjoy doing a book report. For those students that struggle with reading or reading comprehension they may have a harder time with doing a book report. I think this is why teaching your child how to do a book report is so important! 

If you have been wanting to incorporate book reports in your homeschool, then you must check out all of these free printables and fun resources and ideas!

We have an exclusive freebie for you here! It is the perfect DIY Book Report Packet
This includes four pages of graphic organizers, question prompts, illustration boxes, and more. Your new book reporters will love how easy this will make doing a book report. You may even find them WANTING to do a book report! How great would that be?


FREE Book Report Printables:
Elementary Book Reports Made Easy from Only Passionate Curiosity
Book Review Template for Kids from Books Babies and Bows
Mini Book Report Review from TPT
My Book Report Worksheet from Square Head Teachers
Sandwich Book Report Printables from Living Laughing and Loving
Book Report and Reading Log Printables from The Canadian Homeschooler
DIY Book Report Kit that works with any book from Life of a Homeschool Mom

Book Report Printables for specific grades:

Simple Book Report for Grades K-5 from  123 Homeschool 4 Me
Book Report for Grades 1-3 from 123 Homeschool 4 Me
Book Report for Grades 5-6 from Jump Start
Middle School Book Report Forms from Blessed Beyond a Doubt

printable book report form
Free Book Report Resources and Ideas FB

Here is a super cute hands-on book report idea! This looks so amazing! My crafty daughter would love this. You create a mini accordian style book report and deocrate your tin with artwork from the book!

Mint Tin Book Report from Got to Teach

Written by Sarah


Sarah is a wife, daughter of the King and Granola Mama to 4 children ages 16-5. She is a Charlotte Mason style homeschooler and has been homeschooling for 13 years now. She is still trying to find the balance between work and keeping a home and says she can only do it by the Grace of God, Coffee and Green Smoothies!

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