Paper Bag Book Reports
Second graders create a paper bag report using an ordinary paper bag based off the book they read. They place 5 to 7 item on the bag to represent significant events or characters from the book then present their bags to the class.
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Alternative Ideas for Book Reporting in Primary Grades
Looking for a new way to have your students complete book reports? Then, this lesson is for you! Young learners read literature of their choice and complete diorama, filmstrip maker, costume and letter, or puppet making activities...
1st - 3rd English Language Arts
"Book Report Gallery" Bulletin Board
Read all about it! A camera is all you need to create a fun bulletin board promoting books. Take pictures of readers holding their favorite books and position comic-book style talk bubbles over the pictures. Created with markers and...
K - 8th English Language Arts