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Book report projects

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A tasty reading project- Book Buffet book project samples from Mrs. Beattie's Classroom blog

Are you looking for creative book report ideas for your middle school or elementary classroom? Take a look at this post containing a great idea for a reading project for language arts! Students and teachers alike will love this Book Buffet - you NEED to click through and see the desserts! ;)

Book Buffet Report - We Learn! We Create! We Share!

These book report projects looked good enough to eat! These photos provide a few samples of the amazing reports created by our class. We had a wide range of food from cakes and cookies, to fish and...

Printable Book Report Page and Reading Chart

My two daughters LOVE to read. However, they currently have a hard time remembering which books they have read, and what exactly happened in the books because they read through them so fast. We che…

If you've ever wondered how to make a lap book, today's your day! You'll learn how to make a lapbook with your 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, or 6th grade classroom and home school students. Plus you get a FREE book report lapbook template when you sign up for our mailing list. This is a great "how-to" blog post that allows your students to create a complete DIY project. It's great for helping students meet their reading goals withOUT a boring book report. Grab this freebie now!

Are you wondering how to make a lap book? Then you're going to love the ideas, tips, and resources presented at this blog post. Plus a FREEBIE!

Here's a super simple and fun project that you can have your students complete during your next novel study.

Here's a super simple and fun project that you can have your students complete during your next novel study. I call them "Matchbook Summaries," for lack of a better term, and they require little prep

Visit my teacherspayteachers store for more exploding box projects !! This interactive research activity focused on notable women in history will be a hit with your students. This engaging project contains 51 printable notable women in history, focused research questions and a video tutorial with step by step instructions to create the box for your class or homeschool students.

Printable Book Report Forms {Elementary}

How's your summer reading going? Ours is fabulous! My boys are not avid readers but they have totally enjoyed reading this summer with this fun incentive program I came up.