Love this, wonderful tool for writing growth! Worth every penny
My daughter is a reluctant reader although she reads & comprehends very well. This reading journal gets right to the point & focuses on the important pieces of reading analysis & application. I like that there's an A & B journal to mix things up. Very thankful we found this to compliment her reading choices & make the experience more enjoyable.
The book reports are in depth, keep God's view of things in perspective and pull in many areas of learning in one form! Very impressed as always and can't wait to start these this next year!
These book journals help to better understand the books we read. Great study tools
I originally had the first book they made and it was great. I plan to use with my littles. But now that my other two are older I'm happy NC has this level. Its fun and quick and great addition to our English. We're homeschoolers so fits right in. Love that they have different kinds for different books
I've used Not Consumed reading journals for a few years now and I'm so thankful for this updated version for middle school age students! Its perfect!
This allows my kids to have a multifaceted review of the books they have chosen whether it's biographies, fiction, non-fiction or anything in between. It also has them compare to what God teaches in His word to that of which they read. We are super excited to start these as part of our homeschooling curriculum this next year!
I have a 6th grader and 8th grader using the Middle School Reading Journal this year. I was glad to have a "step up" from the Elementary version. I am also glad they are both able to work independently and have a guided reading experience even if I'm not able to discuss their reading with them every day. The non-fiction section helped us pick out something besides the usual fiction.
This product is well designed and full of great content. I chose this so that my middle schooler has flexibility in what books are being read. Also there are so many reading responses that go deeper than just asking a few questions, which can get boring. This was a great choice for us!
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