Free My Favorite Book Worksheet for Kids

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Have fun learning all about your new students with the my favorite book worksheet.

Dive into the world of reading in a fun, in an interactive way, perfect as a first day of school worksheet.

Discovering and celebrating the love for reading has never been more exciting than with our free favorite book worksheet.

This engaging activity prompts students to explore their favorite books.

Create a book cover, draw scenes, describe beloved characters, and even introduce new ones. Fostering creativity, critical thinking, and a deeper connection with literature.

my favorite book worksheet

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How to use the my favorite book worksheet

This my favorite book worksheet is free to print but is for personal and classroom use only. Scroll to the bottom of the post and add your email address to get the pdf file.

Using the my favorite book worksheet in a classroom or homeschool setting can be a fun and engaging activity for students to explore their reading preferences and develop their creativity. Here’s a suggested approach for incorporating this worksheet into your teaching:

Begin by introducing the concept of favorite books and discussing why people have different preferences when it comes to reading.

Engage the students in a brief discussion about their favorite books, allowing them to share their thoughts and opinions.

Provide each student with a copy of the my favorite book worksheet, ensuring that they have access to coloring materials such as colored pencils or markers.

Explain the different sections of the worksheet to the students. There are six sections, each containing three questions and three places to draw.

Encourage the students to read the questions carefully and think about their answers before responding.

Give students sufficient time to complete the worksheet. Remind them to use their imagination and creativity when drawing and answering the questions.

Encourage them to think about the characters, setting, plot, and overall message of their favorite book.

Once everyone has finished, create an opportunity for students to share their completed worksheets with the class or in small groups.

Allow each student to briefly explain their favorite book, their answers, and the drawings they created.

Encourage other students to ask questions or share their thoughts on the books presented.

my favorite book printable

My favorite book questions

There are 3 questions to write an answer for, and 3 questions the children will have to use their imagination and draw the answers:

My favorite book is

and I like it because

Create a book cover for your favorite book.

Draw a scene from your favorite book

Can you describe your favorite character from the book?

What is your favorite part of the book?

Draw a new character to join your favorite book.

The kids can also color in the heading, and the books at the top of the page before completing the questions.

Top 5 most popular kid’s books

These are the top 5 best books for kids of the 21st century, I wonder how many kids choose these:

  1. The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle
  2. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone by J.K Rowling
  3. The Lightening Thief: Percy Jackson by Rick Riordan
  4. The Giver by Lois Lowry
  5. Chicka Chicka Boom Boom by Bill Martin Jr.

My son would choose a different book each year, but the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series has been in the number 1 spot for many years.

my favorite book kids

Additional free book worksheets

For even more book related worksheets you are going to love these:

  1. Enhance reading habits with this reading log printable, ideal for tracking students’ reading progress.
  2. Engage students in critical thinking with this compare and contrast movie and book template. Encouraging them to analyze the book and its movie adaptation’s differences and similarities.
  3. Designed specifically for older schoolers, this middle school book report template aids in developing comprehensive analysis and reflection skills.
  4. This interactive book bingo game motivates students to diversify their reading by exploring various genres and authors.
  5. Maintain reading engagement during summer breaks with this visually appealing, free printable summer reading log.
  6. Foster observational and analytical abilities with this book scavenger hunt printable, a creative and educational activity.
  7. Merge art with reading, offering students the chance to personalize their free printable bookmarks to color.
  8. This innovative book review bookmark format encourages succinct book reviews. Enhancing students’ critical thinking and summarization skills.
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Tips for downloading the free files

Below you will see a large sign-up box where you need to add your name and email address, and press I NEED THIS NOW!

Within minutes you will be sent the free PDF directly to your email address, so you can print it out and start using it immediately.

Sometimes emails get a little wonky, so if you can’t see it, please check your spam folder where I am sure it is hiding.

Download the free my favorite book template

Make sure you choose the correct paper size and click on the shrink to fit button. All of our free printables for kids work better when printed on cardstock (this is the one we use and love.)

Last Updated on 14 January 2024 by homeschoolof1

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