Creative book report ideas for 5th grade
Book Report Sandwiches1. If a student writes to an author who is still alive, they could actually mail the letter.Thumbs Up, Thumbs DownEach student writes a review of the book he or she just finished reading -- in the style of a movie review. The student concludes by awarding a thumbs up or thumbs down on the book. They have to cover a cereal box with paper and decorate according to their novel. On the front they have to make up a cereal name that is relevant to their book (ex.
for Harry Potter you could have a cereal called Witches Brew). Other kids do a blurb about the author. Some do advertisements. I tell them to use the real cereal box as a guide to help them decide what to put.2. Create a newspaper for your novel. The title should be something relevant to the book. You may choose the book project format from the attached list. You may only use each project idea once.
If you are unsure about your book, please check with your teacher. For more information about this project, visit this page: See More. Biography Book Report Ideas Project Biography Teaching Biography Biography Books Teaching Writing Teaching Social Composer Biographies Composer Project Biography Reports For Kids ForwardFun idea for a research project, biography, book report, etc. See More. Rubrics Evaluatons Checklist Rubrics Project Rubrics Teaching Rubrics Assessments Book Review Rubric Book Report Rubric Book Report Ideas Book Report Projects ForwardBook Report Project Rubric.
I could change this to fit upper article article reviews.I need to play with this. Classroom Reading School Reading Teaching Reading Reading Writing Readi.