Interactive notebooking pages can help children keep track of what they read and their thoughts about it.
This eight-page download lovingly created by Shell from Thinking Love, No Twaddle blog is designed to help children track what they read or audio books they listen to by using notebooking sheets with distinct sections as well as illustrations of book covers.
Space has been left to glue in book cover pieces. Some titles are included in this educational download to get you started. Art loving learners could also draw in their own version of book covers, the author, or even a favorite scene from the book.
This is a very tangible and fun way to track reading progress for a variety of subjects like religion, science, history, or nature study.
Literature and Reading Notebooking Pages pack now.
To see all the resources that Shell has created and so willingly shared with us all, visit her Thinking Love, No Twaddle contributor page on our website.