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  • E. J. Nowicki

Reading For Fun Worksheet: Draw A Scene

Updated: Mar 22, 2019


Hello! As you probably already know from the title, I have a new worksheet to share. This one's short and sweet but provides an unlimited amount of creativity.

I'm calling it: Draw A Scene.

And guess what!

If you guessed that I give a giant space for kids to draw a scene from the book—you'd be right.

To skip right to the printing, click HERE to take you to the PDF version. To see all my worksheets, click HERE. To read more, continue below.



As you can see, the majority of the page is left to the creative and artistic pleasure of the reader. They can record any part of their imagination with a drawing. They may even break out the colored pencils and markers.

Above the drawing space is a prompt for the book title and author.

Below, are lines for a summary of the book.

And the last part of the page is a five-star rating.

Short, simple, and sweet, but so much fun! Click below for the PDF version to print:



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.

Questions? Contact me by clicking HERE.

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