Copies limited at your school? At a loss as to what to do for reading homework? This 2-page sheet is your solution. I wanted to simplify reading homework and make it consistent for kids and parents to understand each week, so I came up with this! I set this up by getting gallon plastic bags (like ziplocs) and putting kids names on the bags. Then, I take this worksheet and copy it front/back, so these 2 pages are on one sheet of paper. I usually copy them on colored paper and laminate them. I tell students that this laminated paper will stay in the bag ALL year long. The only thing you have to change out are the books each week. You can use your own leveled reading books. The homework activities are versatile, and they will work with any book (fiction or non-fiction). The homework directions are very specific, and there are examples for each part. It covers homework for Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday night. It will help students think critically and really help them comprehend better. Key skills targeted are story elements and summarizing. Higher level questioning is also used. Again, this worksheet works for the entire year, and you only have to change out their books each week! Teachers at my school love this! Second, third, and fourth grade teachers use it (with varying complexity for each grade level)! Parents and students also love it because they know what to expect each night for homework. It is consistent, and there are no surprises from week to week on what homework will be like!