Book Mobile! More info here: http://www.performingineducation.com/2014/11/a-spin-on-tradition-book-report-t.html
|This is one of my favorites --- one column is the plot, one is the setting, and one is the characters. They drew a picture on one side and wrote about it on the other. Perfect!|
|This one was cute too. They made people and then it looks like they put the "book report" on the body of the characters. Love it! Simple for those who don't like to write!|
|This is fun! The outside of the box is the title of the book and then the interior is the information on the book.|
|Pop up books because everyone loves pop up books!|
|There was no information on these but I thought they were pretty self explanatory. A Styrofoam ball = soda bottle equals character! :)|
|I used to love these when I was in school.|
They pretend the book is being made into a movie and create a poster to help promote the movie.
Since we're homeschooled, a great opportunity to teach the students how to use Power Point would be to have them create slides to explain what happened in the book.
It's In the Bag! http://www.rundesroom.com/2011/04/its-in-bag.html
|The students write about the book on the outside of the bag -- setting, character illustration and so on. On the inside the student collects 10 things that remind them of the book. They present it and explain why each object reminds them of the book.|