Book Report Projects
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5th Grade Reading
I love how this teacher placed her students' sandwich book report projects on plates and red and white place mats for this creative bulletin board display. The bread, lettuce, tomato, onion, cheese, and meat templates for this sandwich book report project can be found on Unique Teaching Resources: http://www.uniqueteachingresources.com/sandwich-book-report.html
Cheeseburger Book Report Projects: Are your students hungry for fun book report projects to complete? These cheeseburger book reports are a delicious reading assignment and your students will have fun writing in the 7 layers of their cheeseburger templates: top bun, lettuce, onion, tomato, cheese, meat, and bottom bun. For more information about these book reports, please see this page on Unique Teaching Resources: http://www.uniqueteachingresources.com/cheeseburger-book-report.html
Paper bag book report projects are fun because you can have students place objects inside the bag that symbolize something important about the character. On the front of the bag, students can design a book cover. You can assign writing topics about the plot and character and these can be written on the 2 sides and back of the paper bag.
This is an example of a "Flip Book" project that a student completed about the book "Beauty Beside Me: Stories of My Grandmother's Skirts." She has written sections in her flip book about the author and illustrator, beginning, middle, end, and a story from her family. I love how the student's illustration covers the entire flip book report project.