Non fiction book report form first grade
The children worked hard on their non-fiction book reports. First they had to choose a topic and read about it. Next they wrote down two facts they learned. Then they had to ask one more question about their topic and find the answer. Last, the children put their facts on posters and shared them with the class.
They really learned a lot from this project. By isolating these elements, students can better understand the story as a whole. These worksheets for character, setting, plot, and conclusion help. Students can complete any of the attached book report forms for their monthly book report due on the last school day of each month. It is important to try new forms because each form concentrates on a different skill.
The last book report is due on the last school day of April. Make sure you print out all pages of the report. The first page may be the same for several of the reports, but the second page is different. These book report forms are also available in class. Students can always ask me for a hard copy of any book report form. You can write on the form and turn it in.
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