When your kids finish a book, do you talk about what they read? We're trying to get better at following up with reading comprehension and using this free printable book report sheet is definitely helping!
Make sure the kids are understanding what they read with our FREE Book Report worksheet.
These are great for readers in 2nd-4th grade because it's simple and to the point.
This book report form works great for our younger kids and those that may not love writing because they have limited space. It does not seem overwhelming and it's just one sheet.
The book report sheet includes space to record the book's title and author, a summary, a favorite character, a lesson learned, and a rating.
We wanted to create a book report form that could be used with all books and not created with a certain theme in mind.
You can save these in a folder or use a 3-hole punch and put them in a binder to create a booklet of all the books your child has read this year. It's a great way to help you and your child keep track of what they read and what their favorite books were.
Want to make it an art activity? Go for it! Kids can draw and color their favorite scene from the book on the back of their book report sheet.
We want to stress to our children our love of reading and show how important that is and create those daily habits. If you're a book lover, I'm sure you can agree with how special it is to revisit our favorite stories and characters from each book we read.
Whether you're homeschooling or just looking to create a reading log at home, this book report form is a great way to connect with your child over their reading.
These do not have to be books that your child reads independently. If you're reading books aloud to your child (which I highly recommend no matter how old they are), use this book report form for those too!
Print the Book Report Form
To print out the book report form, just click the image below to open up the pdf.