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  • E. J. Nowicki

Reading For Fun Worksheet: Valentine's Day

Updated: Feb 10, 2020


Happy Valentine's Day!


And keeping with my streak of holiday-themed worksheets I give you: HOLIDAY: VALENTINE'S DAY #1.


To continue reading more about this worksheet, scroll down.


 




 

Valentine's day is all about love. So why not a worksheet for kids to describe how much they loved the book they've read—or the flip side, how much they didn't love the book.


At the top of the worksheet is a spot for book title and author.


Underneath that, for the bulk of the page, I have four different hearts set up. Each heart has different dotted lines to show how much the reader did or didn't like an aspect of the book. The ideas is to fill the heart to symbolize how much each aspect is loved.


If the heart is filled to the first line towards the bottom it means they hated that aspect. The second line would be they didn't like it. The third line, about halfway up the heart means that aspect was okay. And the fourth line means they liked it. The fifth, all the way to the top of the heart, filling the heart in completely would be they loved that aspect.


And what aspects are they judging?

Characters.

Setting.

Problem.

Solution.


After that is a spot for a summary of the book and a five-star rating. The five-star rating, of course, being for the book in general and not any specific aspect like the hearts represent.


And there you have it!


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I hope everyone has a wonderfully sweet February 14th!


 

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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