Language Arts Exercises Bundle
Track your student’s reading comprehension and writing progress over the academic year. Includes: Book Reviews, ‘Word of the Day’ Exercise, Reading Log, and Book Genres Reference Guide.
Language Arts Exercises
These language arts exercises are a great way to track your student’s reading and writing progress over the academic year.
Beginner Book Review
A book review worksheet for children around the ages of 5 to 8. Asks children to think about the book’s genre, plot, characters, and what they liked or did not like about the book. Includes three versions, one with wide-ruled guidelines for early writers, one without lines for pre-writers to draw a pictorial book review, and one with college-ruled lines for comfortable writers.
Intermediate Book Review
A book review exercise for children around the ages of 7 to 12. Asks children to think about the book’s genre, plot summaries, protagonist and antagonist characters, story themes, and what they liked or did not like about the book. Includes two versions, one with wide-ruled guidelines for early writers, and one with college-ruled lines for comfortable writers.
Advanced Book Review
A book review exercise for ages 11 to 18. Asks students to write about the book’s genre, protagonist and antagonist characters, the setting, a plot summary, the book’s conflict and how it was resolved, the story’s themes, the author’s purpose and biases, how the story compares and contrasts with another book, and why or why not the student would recommend the book.
A log for students to record the books they’ve read by tracking the book’s title, author and date completed. Includes two versions, wide-ruled and college-ruled.
Book Genre Reference Guide
A Book Genre guide–grouped by Fiction and Nonfiction–to which students can refer to identify the genre of their book.
‘Word of the Day’ Exercise
Build vocabulary through daily exposure to new words. Perfect for ages 5 to 12 of all reading abilities. This ‘Word of the Day’ template helps students to learn four new words, and includes space to write the words and their definitions, as well as space to draw a picture using the words to demonstrate they understand how they are applied. Great supplemental to distance learning, or as a home school resource. This template works best when paired with a subscription to a free Word of the Day generator, such as Mirriam-Webster’s online Learners Dictionary service which emails a new word, definition and picture each day.
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