For reading today (because I didn't really do much planning when I got home freezing cold last night), I quickly did up this book report called Quartering the Story. Basically, there are 4 boxes on a page (over 2 pages for more advanced readers and writers who respond in more depth) that ask students to:
- draw their favourite scene from the story and label it.
- write any new words from the book and use context or a dictionary to write the meaning OR write words from the story and write an antonym and synonym for each.
- do a character sketch and label with adjectives.
- summarise the story in a few sentences.
Get it on my TpT site, since I still can't work out how to put word documents here... To save printing, you could just get the kids to fold a page in quarters!