Reading For Fun Book Worksheet: Thanksgiving
Updated: Nov 24, 2020
As we are all preparing lists of what to needs to be purchased to make our Thanksgiving dinners, here is a great worksheet to pass out to the kids to go along with the holiday.
This worksheet, which I’m naming Thanksgiving #1, can be used with any book that is read around the holiday.
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At the very top of our Thanksgiving worksheet is a space to record the book title and author of the book that has just been completed.
And under that is a five-star rating outline. Kids can decide how much they enjoyed the book and color in as much or as little as they want to show their opinion. For extra fun, you can pull up the Amazon or Goodreads page and see how others rate the book too.
Followed by the rating is a box for a brief summary. As always, the entire backside of the page can be used if a 'brief' summary turns into a 'not so brief' summary.
And now that those particulars are out of the way, the worksheet gets more festive...with a giant Thanksgiving banner!
Underneath the banner, is a space to write about the main character of the book. It can be anything: name, age, physical description, personality, likes, dislikes, hopes, lessons learned… really anything!
And why the special attention for the main character? Well, underneath that box is a space for some creative thinking, asking what three things the main character might be thankful for. The best part about these worksheets—there are no wrong answers!
Lastly, next to a cute picture of a turkey, is a chance to write their own three things to be thankful for this season. Whether they are big things or small, it's always a good idea for everyone to take a moment or two and reflect on just what we have in our lives to be thankful for.
Thanks, everyone, for sticking around! To print this worksheet, click the link below to take you to a PDF version.
I hope everyone has a wonderful, stress-free, Thanksgiving filled with family and good food.
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