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  • E. J. Nowicki

Reading For Fun Worksheet: Beginning, Middle, and End

Updated: Sep 22, 2019


 

What does every great story have?


You guessed it (I'm sure the title isn't a dead give-away): A beginning, middle, and end.


And that's where I'm going with this next worksheet. Creating spaces for kids to record their thoughts about the beginning of the book, the middle of the book, and of course the end.


As always, my worksheets are free to use, so please have fun!



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Just like all my worksheets the top section gives space for kids to record the name and author of the book they've read. Always important when keeping track of the books that have been read.


Next, are three sections with plenty of space to record any kind of thoughts about the beginning of the book, the middle, and the end. The spaces can be used as an in-depth summary to explain what happened in the book or to tell about the feeling of each section (ie. the beginning was intriguing, the middle interesting, the end exciting). Or the spaces can be used to analyze the characters throughout the book or maybe the writing style...or anything, really!


Since it's all for fun, it's great that there isn't a specific way to use the space and part of the fun is seeing what kids find is important enough to write down about the book.


The last section is room for a brief summary as well as five star outlines to fill in the rating.


And that's it! A simple concept with a great amount of writing space to record thoughts about the book. To print:


To see all my other worksheets, click HERE.


I hope everyone enjoys and has a chance to read a good book!

Happy reading!


 

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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