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  • E. J. Nowicki

Reading For Fun Worksheet: Like & Didn't Like

Updated: Sep 22, 2019


Sometimes the simple ideas are the best. And when I think about what a worksheet about books should have, the first thing that pops in my mind is the question: what did you like about it. This, of course, leads to the flip-side, what didn't you like about it.

And so, the next worksheet has been created for kids, or anyone, to record their thoughts about what they liked from the book and what they didn't. A great easy way to get kids to think about what was read and form their own opinions!

I hope everyone enjoys!

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Now, into the nitty-gritty—but actually this one's as simple as it gets.

Of course, at the top is a space for the book's title and author's name.

Under that are five outlines of stars for kids (or anyone!) to fill in to represent how much the book was enjoyed. Fill in all five stars for an amazing adventure! Or perhaps a half a star if the book fell flat—which I hope isn't the sad case.

Then come spaces for the reader to record things that were liked about the book and things that weren't. It can be anything: the book cover, the main character, overall plot, certain events that opinion is an opinion, so think through the whole book experience and record your thoughts!

I've also included a spot for other notes, in case anything needs to be recorded that doesn't fall cleanly into the 'like' and 'didn't like' heading.

And lastly, a spot for a summary of the book is given to record what it was all about!

There you have it! Elegance in simplicity.


Click below to print (PDF):

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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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