Book Review Template for KidsStencil for book reviewing for children
High school students can use this book review page to post a review and exchange it with a friend. Of course, when kids are reading a book, they get positive or negative views about what they have been reading. Invite kids between 8 and 12 years to summarise, quote and justify a book with this contact sheet.
Printout one or more of the Favorites page and give it to the child(s) you work with. Ask them to type the book's name and the book's name at the top of the page for each book they have. Kids should then find out what kind of book they are reading and tick the appropriate boxes: a story book, a chapters book, literature, non-fiction or other.
Invite the kids to summarise the book and highlight important happenings without giving away the end of the book. Discuss with your kid why it is not a good practice to split the end of a book when you recommend it to someone else to use. Invite the kids to find a favourite quote from the book and then put it on the page.
Lastly, ask the kids to evaluate the book by filling in the following sentence: "This book is..." and ticking the appropriate box: good, great or great. Kids should use the place under the squares to tell why they evaluated the book as they did.
Customize the Favourite Book forms to work with kids when they write bookmarks for their favourite film. Invite kids to publish their book review in children's journals or on Amazon.com. Organize a book party for kids to celebrate the songs of their favourite book. Kids can browse other students' book review and recommendation.
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An easy-to-use book review template that's easy to use. It is great for judging your intimacy with the book, and for cheering your kids to think about what they have been reading. Let her evaluate the book, name her favorite part and get inspired by illustrated scenes on a page.
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