Does your child have a deep interest in a famous person? Turn it into a school project by allowing her to do some research and use these free, printable notebooking pages. It gives lots of sections to fill out what makes them unique and will give your child the opportunity to learn how to research […]
When your pre- or beginning writer is ready to start exploring things that interest them, use this free, printable book report formatted especially for little learners.Kids love making their own books, and with this printable you can guide them in making a mini-book all about something they want to research. Little learners can draw pictures […]
Although most kids aren’t crazy about reports, they do love animals. Help them create reports on animals with this free, printable Animal Report Form. It will help your child to organize her thoughts and put them on paper. There are two versions – a preschool through first grade version and a second through sixth grade version.Click here […]
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 […]
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 […]
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