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Book Report Mini Book Template

Teach Starter Publishing
PDF | 2 pages | Years: 1 - 4

A treasure themed book report mini book template.

Use this treasure themed book report during book week with your students.

Students can choose a book from the short list created by The Children’s Book Council of Australia. Alternatively, they can use this book report template for any book.

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  • Tina Mayling
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    I like this template. However, I find with a lot of your templates so much of the paper space is given to the graphics and decorations that there is minimal space for students to record their own ideas. The space for the students writing is often less than 50% of the paper space. A waste! Please ensure the designs are minimally decorated and the spaces for writing big enough to express an idea.

    • Bronwyn
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      Thank you for your feedback, Tina! We really appreciate our teachers getting in touch, and I'll be sure to pass your message onto our resources team for consideration for future designs! Have a great week.

  • Lauren Hunt
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    Hi there! Just printed this one out and realised that when you fold it, it doesn't actually make a book - the front cover isn't at the front and the pages are upside down! Really love it but would be even better if when folded it turned into a four page mini book. Lauren (Teacher Types) PS - if this can be updated ASAP I can include in my latest blog post!

    • Nicole Tinney
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      I agree! I would love this even more if it could be folded rather than cut.

    • Lauren Hunt
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      Oh I see! So it's stapled along the edge? Rather than folded? Will give it a go and add it to the latest blog x

    • Holly (Teach Starter)
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      Hey Lauren, Thanks for your suggestion. Because of people's different printing settings, we decided to set it up like this. Teachers can either print them back to back and cut along dotted lines to create a booklet. Alternatively, they can just print it out and cut along dotted lines to create a little booklet too. I hope this makes sense. Thanks heaps - Holly

  • Zuriette Du Plessis
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    So handy - not only for Book Week. Thank you for sharing your creativity with us.

    • Holly (Teach Starter)
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      You're most welcome Zuriette! I'm so glad you like this resource.