Print this book report for the kids to use when they have finished reading the Alice in Wonderland stories. It's a fun way to pull together their thoughts…
Writing book reports helps children chose books to read and share their thoughts and ideas on what they read with others. We have many book reports to chose from here at Activity Village from simple reports for young children to reports for different story genres to reports for particular books. The numbers keep growing so pop back.
This book report is perfect for younger children with simple questions and space for drawing their favourite part of the book.
This book report has 4 sections to think about, each with guided questions to help children write a detailed report.
Have you read an animal themed story? Here is a printable book report with a cute monkey for you to record details of the book and your opinions.
This book report features a castle and you could use it to write a book report on a fairy story or perhaps a historical story.
Fantasy stories are very popular with children and here is a book report for them to print to record a book they have read. What happened? Who was in the story? Did they enjoy the book?
Our printable book report will guide children through writing their report by asking them to think about the plot, characters and whether they enjoyed the book. This report features a monster making it just right for a scary story.
What characters were there and what did they do? Did you enjoy the book? These are the sort of questions that children are asked to think about to complete our book report. This one is for a space themes story.
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory has to be one of the best loved children's books of all time. Our Charlie and the Chocolate Factory book report encourages children to give their opinions on the story, what was it they liked or didn't
One of the shortest of Dahl's books, this one is a good introduction for young children. When they have read the book they can write their own George's Marvellous Medicine book report using our printable. What do they think about George? Is he a 'goodie' or a baddie'?
With questions to guide them through thinking about the key points, our James and the Giant Peach book report, with it's colourful illustration, is a good introduction to writing more detailed book reports.
Have you recently read a book by popular author Julia Donaldson? A book report is a great way to tell others about a book that you've enjoyed.
With a lovely picture of Matilda enjoying a book herself, your children will enjoy this printable book report. They can use it to tell others their opinions on Roald Dahl's book.
We love The BFG but did your children? They can tell friends what they thought of the book by using this fun printable BFG book report.
What happened in The Cat in the Hat? Did you like the character of the Cat? Children are asked these questions and more on our printable Cat in the Hat book report.
The Grinch Who Stole Christmas is a Christmas tradition in this house. Our printable book report will get children thinking about some of the moral messages behind the story and allow them to share their favourite (and least favourite) things about the book.
The Lorax is a story with a strong moral message about protecting the environment. Did your children recognise this? Did they enjoy the book? Let them tell you with help from our The Lorax book report.