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  • E. J. Nowicki

Reading For Fun Worksheet: Things To Remember

Updated: Sep 22, 2019

Sometimes, we all need help remembering. We scribble lists on a pieces of scrap paper or ask someone to help. But what about when it comes to great facts and tidbits about books?


So, I've created a worksheet where kids (or anyone!) can record things they want to remember from a book they've read. Works great for non-fiction books!


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To learn more, continue below.

 

As always, the main staples of a book worksheet are laid out nice and neat. Spots for the book's title, author's name, a summary, and a five-star rating.


After that, the majority of the space is used with six boxes to record any facts or trivia for later use. I especially love this worksheet when it comes to non-fiction books. Filled with great facts, non-fiction books are easy to read and easy to forget. Here's an organized way to keep track of those facts.


Why not suggest:

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But that's not to say you can't use this worksheet for fiction books. Keep track of clues in mystery books, or make guesses in a whodunit. Or perhaps write some trivia down. It would even work for a book club setting, where everyone would get to see what others found was important enough to write down!


The options are endless!

 

Click below to print (PDF):


To see all my worksheets, click HERE.


Happy reading!


Enjoy!


 




 

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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