Posters must identify main characters, setting, title, problem, and solution. Display finished posters on classroom or hallway walls. Have students write the title of the book on this paper plate semi circle and hang the mobile pieces from it. Provide students with construction paper, yarn, markers, paper hole punches, and any other materials they might need. With just one piece of paper, your students can make a complete book report.
In these projects , students identify the main character, setting, problem, and solution of a book. No tape, glue, or staples required! Show your students several examples of some outstanding book jackets. Point out the front with the title and illustration, the spine and its information, and the back with the book summary.
Also show the 2 inside flaps with information about the author and a smaller summary. Provide them each with a larger piece of paper and have them design a jacket for the book they have just read. It would be ideal to assign this project at the beginning of the book, and have students write a diary entry for the events of each chapter of the book. Regardless of which of these book report ideas you choose, be sure to clearly outline the expectations before your students begin.
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