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  • E. J. Nowicki

Spring Reading For Fun Worksheet

It's that time of year! The weather is warming, flowers are sprouting, the snow is gone for the moment...spring is here.

And to herald the new season in, how about curling up with a great book—not to mention staying comfortably at home while we all do what we can to help get this crazy virus in check.

So, I bring to you a Spring worksheet to encourage kids to pick up a book, read, and then do something fun with it!

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Keeping this worksheet simple and on par with the Spring theme, I have a barrage of flowers above the prompt 'What I love about spring is...' A few lines are given for the answer, which may be simple and sweet or long and complicated depending on how kids feel about Springtime in general.

And for further fun, a box is given to draw a spring garden. Trees, flowers, birds, birdhouses, wishing-wells...there's no limit for the creativity, and no wrong way to draw!

Below that gets into the more technical questions about the book that was read. Book title and, of course, the author but also 'what season did the book take place in?' and 'what was your favorite part?' and 'did you like how it ended?' All great conversation questions and lots of fun.

Next is a space for a summary of the book and then five stars to color in a rating.

And there you have it. A great Spring book activity worksheet everyone can use with any book. Let's keep kids 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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