Printables and Resources for Book Reports

This week we’re featuring printables and activities related to book reports. You’ll find book reports for all ages and grades. Some can be used for fictional books, some for non-fiction books, and some for either. We hope you find just what you need!

HHM Printables and Resources for Book Reports

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Slide1 Non-Fiction Fancy Folder Book ReportThis unique book response project is different than your typical boring book report! Students will design a folder as a response to a non-fiction book according to specific guidelines. What a great way to integrate literacy standards into Science and Social Studies! Modified version included!


Voyage-with-the-Vikings-Pin IMAGINATION STATION Book Report & Novel StudyIMAGINATION STATION: VOYAGE WITH THE VIKINGS Novel Study & Book Report

This NOVEL STUDY was designed to be used in conjunction with the reading of the first installment in The Imagination Station series: Voyage with the Vikings by Marianne Hering and Paul McCusker. The objective of this NOVEL STUDY is to enhance the enjoyment of and increase the comprehension of this piece of historical fiction.

Included in this 30 page product you will find:
~COMPREHENSION CHECKS {5 pages with 5 questions each}
~VOCABULARY WORK {list, study & ideas}
~WRITING PROMPTS {5 prompts with two levels of paper each}
~FLIP BOOK REPORTS {with three different options}
~EXTENSION ACTIVITIES {5 no prep options}
~CROSSWORD PUZZLE {just for fun!}

This entire NOVEL STUDY is:
NO PREP {Just print! That’s it!}
FREE STANDING {Choose all, choose one, choose some!}
DIFFERENTIATED {Varied levels provided.}
MULTI-PURPOSE {Independent, small group, whole group.}


original-586136-1 Non-Fiction and Fiction Book ReportGreat non-fiction and fiction book report forms for upper grades!


Fiction_Book_Report Fiction Book Report FormUseful for elementary and middle school students, this blue book report template focuses on plots and characters in fiction books.


bookreportforms_middle-699x1024 Middle School Book Report FormsWe couldn’t quite find the perfect printable book report form for my middle schooler, so we created our own. These forms can be used with any book.


kidsbookreportbyBNuteproductions Free Book Report PrintableThis is great for lower primary grades. It can also work for creating an ongoing binder tracking kids’ favorite books over a period of time.


Book-Report-Card-880x1140 Book Report CardThis printable form is a book report card. Kids can fill out the report card on the book, grading it on its characters, catchy beginning, and other criteria.


Book-Report-1st-thru-3rd Book Report Form for 1st Through 3rd GradersHaving kids complete book reports is just one of the ways we can check if they are understanding what they are reading. I created this free 1st grade through 3rd grade book report to make it fun and easy to see how my child is doing.


11-x-17-book-resport-page Book Report PosterThis book report poster is great for elementary ages or as an easy report for older elementary students.


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