Want to add a twist giving a book report? Try using the French Fry Book Project! Students create French Fry bags with various story elements and a summary, and use yellow strips of paper (french fries) to complete the other project requirements. This is a cute project that can allow all the children in your room to be successful, and read a book on their level. You get the project description with a parent notification signature, and the project rubric. When you open the document it may look like it is missing a few lines. When you print the document, or zoom in, they will appear. Project is on one printable page, but the thumbnails are zoomed and in two slides to be able to read text.
Thanks for sharing this great contribution! I like your style! I’m new to tpts. I’m a bilingual teacher in Argentina. You can visit my store at http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/store/theenglishgrammarworld you can leave a comment if you wish! I’m your follower number 318 . hugs Hernán Giannini
November 2, 2012
I am so excited about this project and many of the others I found in Brooke's store. I am definitely going to be a follower. Our state is implementing Common Core next year and so many of her math activities fit perfectly. I hope to see more activities to support the Common Core from Brooke. Love her!
Make it easy for yourself! I use white sandwich bags from Michael's (or any craft store- I get a bag of 25 for around 5 dollars). I used yellow cardstock that I have sent through the copier with lined printed paper. I often double side the fries with lines. I cut the yellow cardstock into strips, and presto they are fries! I print the lines because it helps the kids space out what to write. Hope this explanation helps!
I have taught for many years in a variety of different grades. I have a degree in elementary / special education, and have taught in both an inclusion regular education classroom and a resource room setting.