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  • E. J. Nowicki

Reading For Fun: Give It A Rating

Everyone has their own opinions, even when it comes to books. And in this day and age, rating something is commonplace... so I thought of a fun new worksheet to enjoy!

The most common question we get asked is if a book is good. But there are many different aspects that make up a good story. I thought it would be fun to break some of those aspects down to let kids rate each individually.

I hope everyone has fun!

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To start off, as most often it's needed, spaces for the book title and author are given. Always a good piece of information to keep track of what book is being rated.

But then the fun begins! The next instructions tell the reader to rate the following on a scale of 0-10. Zero is for when they didn't like that aspect at all. One, two, three, and four are for when it's not terrible but still not exactly hitting home. Five, the middle, is for when it feels okay. And then six, seven, eight, and nine are for as things get better and better. Ten, the top number, is for when they loved it.

Each aspect is listed with its own rating numbers to circle. The aspects are: main character, plot, setting, ending, and for the entire book. I was going for a good handful.

And lastly, is a section for a summary. Always handy to help remember what a book was about.

This definitely is a fun book club activity! See what different ratings everyone gives the same books. What aspects connect to some and not others? A conversation starter, for sure!

And there you have it! Happy Reading!


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Disclaimer: These are just my thoughts and opinions to be taken in a non-professional manner. All worksheets on my site are free to use.

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