3 FREE Respond to Text Printables (Book Reports)

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Oftentimes, students will groan when you ask them to use their own words to report on something they’ve just read. (At least mine do!) You can bring some fun energy to this important task with these free “Respond to Text” printables. (That’s basically a fancy way of saying “book report.”) Anything we can do to […]

FREE Printable Book Report Pack

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Book reports are an important part of school work, but honestly, neither moms nor children are usually very excited about them. Make everyone’s life easier with this free, printable Book Report Pack! It includes a reading pack, worksheets, creativity prompts, and more to help your child get the job done!Click here to download your free […]

FREE Printable Newspaper for Reports

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Homeschoolers are always looking for ways to do the ordinary in an extraordinary way. This free, printable Newspaper would be perfect for your elementary student to do a report. Science, history, English – no matter the subject, the newspaper layout is refreshingly creative! There are seven different styles to choose from.Click here to download your […]

FREE Respond to Text Printables (Reading Comprehension & Book Report)

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Here are some terrific Respond to Text printables for elementary students! What is a Respond to Text Printable, you say? Glad you asked! It’s a printable sheet that your child has on hand while they read their literature books so that they may keep track of the information they are reading. There are three different printables […]

Free Printable Polar Express Book and Movie Study

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Christmas is over, but The Polar Express is a fun movie to watch even in the dead of winter. If your family enjoys this movie, then you’re going to love this free, printable “The Polar Express Book and Movie Study”! It includes over 65 pages, with all kinds of fun – word wall, science experiments, interactive notebook, and […]

Free Printable Discussion Questions for Fiction and Non-Fiction

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Your child finishes their book. Where do you go from there? These free, printable “Discussion Questions for Fiction and Non-Fiction” will help them to think deeply and get their imaginations going! You’ll get 16 cards to download that have open-ended questions appropriate for fiction and non-fiction books.Click here to download your free printables!

Book Summary Chart FREE Printable for Teens

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Sometimes reading complex books can be confusing. It can be hard to keep track of everything that is going on.If your teen is reading a complex book or is having trouble keeping track of everything that is going on they will want this freebie! This graphic organizer will have your students to keep track of […]

Free Printable Book Report Forms

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Do you dread teaching your child how to write book reports? Let these free Book Report Forms make your life and the life of your child easier! These forms help to make sure your child is really comprehending the stories they’re reading by asking key questions. The forms were created for the 1st through 3rd grade […]