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This page contains literature circle sheets, book reviews, book report forms, and a reading survey.
Most of the worksheets on this page align with the Common Core Standards. To see CCSS connections, simply click the apple core icon ().
Book BingoBook Bingo: Any Level Free
Read books and color in the corresponding squares on the bingo board. When you get a bingo, turn the page into your teacher for a prize.Book Bingo: 2nd Grade Free
To complete this bingo board, read books like Frog & Toad, Henry & Mudge, and Nate the Great.Book Bingo: 3rd Grade Member
To complete this bingo board, read Magic Tree House, Junie B. Jones, Bailey School Kids, and others.Book Bingo: 4th and 5th Grades Member
To get a bingo you'll need to read books by popular authors like Louis Sachar, Andrew Clements, Jerry Spinnelli, and Roald Dahl.
Book Report FormsBook Report Form: Fiction Free
Write about the beginning, middle, and ending of a fiction book. Great form for basic chapter books.Book Report Form: Non-fiction Member
Summarize the main idea of the book and list interesting facts you've learned.Book Report Form: Biography Member
Tell what the person has accomplished, why the person is important, and list a few interesting facts.Book Report Form: Mystery Member
Describe the main mystery the characters have to solve, list some clues, and describe how they solve the mystery.Book Report Form: Fable Member
Describe the beginning, middle, and end of the fable. Then, tell what lessons you learn from the fable.
Book Report PostersFiction Book Poster (Small) Member
Create a book report poster for a fiction book. Students write about main characters, setting, conflict, and resolution. This version fits on one page and does not require cutting and gluing.Fiction Book Poster (Large) Member
Read a fiction book, then create a poster. Write about the characters, setting, conflict, and resolution. This version requires students to use scissors and glue to assemble a large poster.Non-Fiction Book Poster (Small) Member
Design a non-fiction book report poster. Include the book's title and author. Tell what the book was about, then list six interesting facts learned from the book.Non-Fiction Book Poster (Large) Member
Here's a large, multi-page version of the non-fiction book report poster. Students write, color, and assemble the pages to make a large display.Biography Book Poster (Small) Member
Create a biography book report poster. Read a book about a famous person. Describe their main achievements and list interesting facts about their life.Biography Book Poster (Large) Member
This large book report poster requires students to cut, assemble, and glue. Read a biography of a famous person. Describe their main achievements and list interesting facts about their life.
Literature Circle RolesLiterature Circles : Summarizer Free
Summarizer role worksheet for literature circles.Literature Circles : Discussion Leader Free
Discussion leader role worksheet for literature circle groups.Literature Circles : Word Wizard Member
The word wizard writes down and defines challenging words to share with his/her literature circle.Literature Circles : Illustrator Member
Worksheet for the literature circle illustrator to draw a picture.Literature Circles : Real-Life Connector Member
The real-life connector's role is to show how the story is similar to real-life events; Best for higher-level students.Literature Circles : Story Connector Member
The story-connector shows how the story they're currently reading is similar to other stories they've read; Best for higher-level students.Literature Circle Cover Sheet Member
If you're printing out several literature circle worksheets to form a packet, you can use this cover page.
Reading LogsReading Time Chart Member
Students keep track of the number of minutes they read each night.Reading Rocks Chart (Boy) Member
This 25-box chart includes a picture of a boy sitting on a pile of books.Reading Rocks Chart (Girl) Member
This 25-box chart includes a picture of a girl in the library.Reading Log Member
Students can use this reading log / book log to keep track of the stories they've read.
More Reading PrintablesReading Story Cube Member
An origami cube you can cut, fold, and glue. Students roll the cube for reading comprehension questions.Reading Survey Member
Discover your students' reading interests and abilities with this survey.Book Review Member
Have your students complete this book review form each time they've finished a book.Writing a Letter to an Author Free
Write a friendly letter (fan mail) to your favorite author and send it off in the mail.Reading / Story Map - Simple Member
Setting, characters, beginning, middle, and end.Reading / Story Map - Advanced Member
Setting, major characters, minor characters, main problem, solution.Reading: Main Idea Member
Read each paragraph and find the main idea.Reading Sequencing Member
Number the sentences to show the correct order.Beginning or Ending Member
Tell whether each sentence would come at the beginning of a story, or the ending of a story.Reading: Real or Fantasy Member
Read each sentence and tell whether the statement could really happen or if it is fantasy.Context Clues Member
Use context clues to find the meanings of the underlined word in each sentence.
BookmarksForest Animal Bookmarks Member
These cute forest animal bookmarks have funny phrases. There's a woodchuck saying, "Wood you read to me." A bird says, "Tweet yourself to a good book." And an owl says, "Owl be reading a good book."Jungle Animal Bookmarks Member
Print these jungle animal book marks on card stock. Includes a lion that reads, "Lion around with books" and an tiger that says, "Books are Grrr-eat!"Bookmarks for Kids Member
Printable bookmarks for kids. Print out the set of 4 - Reading Rocks, Reading is Dino-Mite, Blast off with a Book, and Books are Cool.
See also:First Grade Reading Comprehension Worksheets
Reading comprehension passages and questions for first graders.Second Grade Reading Comprehension Worksheets
Reading comprehension passages and questions for second graders.Third Grade Reading Comprehension Worksheets
Reading comprehension passages and questions for third graders.Fourth Grade Reading Comprehension Worksheets
Reading comprehension passages and questions for fourth graders.Fifth Grade Reading Comprehension Worksheets
Reading comprehension passages and questions for fifth graders.Phonics Worksheets
We have printable worksheets and games for consonants, vowels, digraphs, diphthongs, and blends.