This is a set of nine different book report forms featuring The Reading Robot. Each form has a place for students to write their name and the title of the book they read. In addition, there are different tasks on each form which invite students to explore and report on their book in a variety of ways. This set of forms pairs nicely with my free download "Beep Bop Book Count", which helps students keep track of how many books they have read.
On form #1: Students write the date, three adjectives to describe the main character, and color the robot with primary colors.
On form #2: Students find three verbs in the story and color the robot with secondary colors.
On form #3: Students locate two adverbs in the book, write about their favorite part of the book, and color the robot with seasonal colors.
On form #4: Students illustrate their favorite scene, find four pronouns, and color the robot with complimentary colors.
On form #5: Students write the book's publication year, the number of pages in the book, their favorite page number, and list the book's three most important events.
On form #6: Students find a one-syllable word, a two-syllable word, a three-syllable word, and a four-syllable word from their book, and color the robot's head.
On form #7: Students describe the setting, conflict, and theme, and draw two characters from their book.
On form #8: Students write about two feelings they experienced when reading their book.
On form #9: Students list the title, setting, and characters, then write sentences describing what happened at the beginning, middle, and end of the story.
This set of book reports is an exciting change from the standard "summary" forms I have been using for years!
Please Note: As the "writing lines" featured in these book reports are on the smaller side, this item is designed for first graders. It would also be appropriate for kindergarteners who have strong fine motor skills and controlled handwriting.