26 creative book report ideas - so many really unique and FUN book report projects for kids of all ages Kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, and 5th grade. (homeschool writing)

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Book Projects to get your students excited for reading. These projects can be used with any book. Project trackers are included so students do not keep repeating the same projects. BONUS pages are sized down to fit into interactive notebooks for reading workshop.

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Message in a Bottle Book Project - a great Common Core aligned project that could be used after an independent read, lit circles or even a whole class novel. Students identify theme, describe character, setting, and POV. Includes standard alignment, teacher and student instructions, student handouts, and rubric. $3.25

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No more boring book reports! Try this FREE creative book project instead! You can use it with any picture book or chapter book. Makes a great culminating activity and works well with reading workshop, literature groups or independent reading programs.

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Mint Tin Book Report: A fun, "little" twist on the traditional book report.

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In “Sneak Peek,” students ages 14 and up analyze literature and visually demonstrate their comprehension of details. Using the Stop Motion Studio app, they create a book trailer promoting its imagery, symbolism, or theme. Students select a scene they feel best illustrates their point and then create a storyboard before making their video. The class then watches and discusses everyone’s creations. For more lesson ideas, use this free book: http://apple.co/BookTrailer

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