Book Report Templates & Story Map Graphic Organizers Story Elements

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Shelly Rees
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3rd - 6th, Homeschool
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15 pages
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Tired of groans when it's time for a book report? These one-page, NO PREP book report templates and story maps graphic organizers are the cure! Includes both a printable version and a digital version for use in Google Classroom. This set of maps is perfect for use with ANY fiction book or story!

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DIGITAL versions of the book report templates are now included for your use in Google Classroom.

This print and go book report templates packet includes:

  • 12 Book Report Templates and Story Map Graphic Organizers
  • Book Report Booklet Cover Page
  • Bookmark
  • Ideas for Use Page

There are many ways to use this packet:

  • Make copies of all sheets, including the student packet cover of your choice, bind into a booklet, and let your students fill out a different organizer each time they read a new book. This method gives them the power to choose, but in the end, all sheets will have been used. Students LOVE having choices!

  • Choose one sheet and use it after reading a book to your students.

  • Use the “Create Your Own Bookmark” page to have students show their understanding of a novel they have chosen. Fold and glue the two sides back to back and laminate. Keep each bookmark inside its matching novel. This way, students can learn a little more about a prospective book before they decide to read it!

  • Use any organizer after reading the class selection for the week in your Reading textbook.

You may also be interested in these other helpful Reading resources:

Story Elements Poster Set

Cereal Box Book Report Kit

Book Report Lapbook

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