5 Questions to Ask Kids About What They’ve Read

by | January 17, 2019

Get your kids really thinking about what they read with these 5 questions—
Answers can’t just be “yes or no”!

1. If you could give the book another title, what would it be?

2. Which characters would you like to meet in real life?

3. What do you wish was different about the ending?

4. Would the book make a cool movie? Video game? TV show?

5. What is one thing you wish you could ask the author?

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