Post-reading activities can help children develop a deep interest in reading and help them internalize the ideas shared by the author.
These activities can also help them understand that there exist numerous viewpoints in the world. They become more accepting and less judgemental.
These are some of the reflective questions and activities one can ask after the kid is done with reading a book:
Reflective practices after reading a book:
Step 1: Name of the book
Step 2: Name of the author
Step 3: characters and supporting Characters
Step 4: favorite scene and why?
Step 5: If I would be the hero…
Step 6: If I would have to get rid of the antagonist (the villain, the peace breaker in the story)
Step 7: How would I deal with the problem if I suffer from what the hero suffers …
Step 8: I would write a sequel on the hero and name it…