Elementary book report

Make your book reports more engaging with these creative ideas for elementary students. Discover fun and interactive ways to share your thoughts and insights on your favorite books.
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Engage your students in reading response activities with this fun Cereal Box Book Reports activity. Your students will "eat up" this activity!

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Let's say goodbye to boring book reports for good! Today, I'm sharing 7 of my favorite ways to get students to report on the books that they have read. These ideas combine creativity, rigor, and engagement so that students actually enjoy reporting out on their reading. And...there's enough variety in these activities that you'll be able to tap into a variety of learning styles all year long. 1. Doodle Book Review - Exclusive FREEBIE! Oh baby! There's nothing better than doodles to get…

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