When I was a kid, there was not much I liked better than getting a new bookmark. I ain’t lyin’, even today you could get away with buying me a pretty bookmark as a gift and I would think you were the Greatest Person Ever. I’ve made my own more times than I can count, from ripping off a strip of paper to intricate designs involving ribbons and beads.
(I mean, there’s nothing more criminal than dog-earing a book. I avoid it however I can.)
There are just some things that make reading more precious. More personal. More Ours.
So I came up with some fun bookmarks, book tags, and a couple of book-report type papers that have Halloween themes. Because Halloween. You already know how I feel. It’s fun to get stuff that brings the holiday closer. These are basically just fun Halloween printables for your littles, but a few of them are going to come in handy for your family. The Reading List will help your little keep track of how much she’s read. The Library Shopping List will help your little remember what books he wants to look for during your next library trip. The book report is perfect for early readers of both chapter and picture books. It asks the basic elements of a book report without overwhelming them.
Hey, that’s all I got today. Enjoy the printables! Just click on a pic and it’ll whisk you to my subscriber freebies page where you can download whichever of them you want!
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