Identifying Covers and Titles of Books Worksheets To Print:
A Book About Dancing! - It
looks like a wedding is in the mix. Which picture shows the front cover, title page and back cover of the book? Discuss the reasons why.
It's Time to Draw - You just
need a story book handy for this one. Take a look at any storybook and draw the following parts of what you see on this worksheet.
Happy Orange Book - A talking
book! What's next a gecko? What part of the book do you see on the worksheet? Mr. Worm is sitting on the end of the brown book. Is this the front cover or the back
Front Covers - We mixed
this one up for kids. You will take your time to identify all the different parts that you are asked to identify.
Design a Book Cover - Put it all together here. Design and draw a front cover, title page and back cover for a book
about the sun!
Cut and Paste
- Cut and paste a front cover, title page and rear cover in the
spaces provided on the side.
Book - What part of the book is "A" and "B" pointing to and what can they tell us about the work? We'll then ask you to draw out the title.
Books - Why is this the front cover and how can you tell what the back should look like?
- This is Bart. Is he reading the front cover of a book? How do
Is It? - We look at "The Magic Sun" and determine what each part signifies.
- Think about a book you like to read and draw a title page. We also give you some ideas to get you started in the right way.
Game - Draw a line from the front cover, title page and rear
cover to match the right picture. This is all about knowing where things should be set out.
Parts - For every back cover you find, color one of the balls
at the bottom of the page. Remember use 3 colors for each ball!