You’re never alone if you have a good book. A good story, fiction or nonfiction, can open up the imagination for problem solving and critical thinking, book report printable just for working through the tough spots in life. A truly good story sucks you in, and opens up a whole new world.
Children’s Book Breaks Great crafts, coloring pages and other activities to go along with some of your favorite children’s books, fables, fairy tales and nursery rhymes! Good for thematic units involving children’s books. 1998-2018 DLTK’s Sites — All Rights Reserved. Sign up to receive emails that include deals, sales, and free offers for homeschoolers. Affiliate links may have been used in this post. To read our full disclaimer, click here.
Although they are FREE at the time of posting, please be sure to verify the offer is still free before claiming or purchasing it. We are not responsible for price changes. I remember when I first started doing book reports, specifically in 4th grade when I had to stand up in front of the class and read my book report on Are You There God, It’s Me, Margaret by Judy Blume. Why did I choose that book? Use this FREE DIY Book Report Kit with your elementary students and build good reading habits while teaching them the basics of book reports.