Book Report Project; can be used for any level of literature. These directions can also be used as a multicultural literature project. Examples of each assignment, as well as photographs are also available. These would allow you to produce a 3D example for students to reference. The students wor
This Fiction Book Report is perfect for your students to use to respond to and share the book that they just finished reading! Whether it’s for an assigned book report or for a writing project, your students will enjoy the creativity and freedom of making their own Cereal Box Book Report.
I used t
This is a project that can be used with any book the student chooses to read. This file contains directions to make a cereal box with information about a book after reading along with a rubric to grade it. I really got some great projects from students with this assignment!
A different approach to book reports! Students will get excited when they have to read a biography or autobiography and create a cereal named after the subject in their book! This is a great alternative to book reports and a fun way to get kids to read non-fiction books.
This interative activity
Ready to try a different approach to the traditional book report? Your students will love the Cereal Box Book Report! This packet has everything you need to get your students started on this meaningful project.
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• Teacher Guide
• Student Guide
Students LOVE this Cereal Box Book Report! Students pick a fictional book and design a cereal based on it! Students love this creative cereal box book report and it is a great way to recycle/reuse cereal boxes too! My favorite part is the character 'ingredient' list and the specia
I have created a short video that shows several examples of STEM tales. I have received many questions over the years and though I have written a blog series about these tales, I know sometimes a video can be more useful. If you are interested, the blog series can be found here:
Have you ever wanted a creative way to get your students excited about reading and doing a book report? My kiddos loved doing this last year so I had to share!
I do a book report at least once a 9 weeks and give my students a month to complete the report. My students had so much fun completing thei
Book Review Cereal Box Project is ready for you to use with your students on ANY Literature Book they have read! This Book Review is a fantastic activity to do as a culminating project! All you do is PRINT and GO with this Book Review project! Your students will LOVE creating their
This Book Report Project includes:
2 pages of directions- explains what students have to do on the front, sides, top, and back of the box
A rubric for scoring the student projects
Templates for completing the book report (optional template for students to use)
Pictures of book report example fro
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This is a fun book report that allows students to read a fiction book, take notes, and then transform it into a cool cereal box report! This product aligns with 22 of the ELA Common Core Standards, and can be as simple as a student directed project, or a guided readi
Working on persuasive techniques? Need a creative book report project? Use these instructions and templates to have your students create a book report out of a cereal box. Students can then record a commercial advertisement for their cereal.
This packet includes COMPLETE student directions, form
This is a fun way to share about a different book read by each student! Students have many opportunities to show their creativity with this fun project. Classmates are excited to hear about each book that was read!
This handout includes instructions for students to create a fun book report out of a cereal box. The rubric is also posted on this site. Search Book Report - Cereal Box Book Report Rubric. My 6th graders love making them!
This Cereal Box Book Report is a fun literacy class project or homework assignment. This hands-on assignment appeals to most learners, and is a great idea for Christmas or March Break. It connects to many language expectations (reading, writing, oral and media). An easy cumulative project to asse
Would you like a really exciting, hands-on book report for your students? A Cereal Box Book Report is a creative way for your students to respond to a book they have read. It is one of the fifteen book response forms that I included in “15 Differentiated Book Responses…Because Kids Need Choice
Students LOVE this Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing Cereal Box Book Report! After finishing the novel, students design a cereal based on it! Students love this creative cereal box book report and it is a great way to recycle/reuse cereal boxes too! My favorite part is the character
A unique twist on the traditional book report format~
This assignment invites students to use a cereal box as the basis for a fun and exciting book report project.
Students will design and attach a captivating cover, a list of story "ingredients", an introduction to themselves, an "about the auth
This is the rubric for the Cereal Box Book Report. It makes grading the projects easy!! I have the students present them to the class. It gives the students great ideas for new books to read as well as practice in presentation skills. It also gives me time to grade the projects as they present.
Are you ready for a creative, out-of-the-box book report project? This project will challenge your students to think deeply about story elements while decorating a cereal box to represent their book. Included in this download is a parent letter describing the project and expectations, including a yo
This is the Microsoft Word version of my project if you would like to make changes to it to better suit your classroom needs. I also offer a free PDF version.
This is a great alternative to a book report or a story map. Students show their understanding of a book, and the elements of fiction of the
This is a great project for your students to complete at home or in the classroom. This download includes directions on how to make a Cereal Box Book Report and a rubric to grade it when the project is complete.
This is a .pdf of a book report where students are to read a nonfiction informational book of their choice. The report is to be done on a cereal box for classroom display. This report is great for an at-home assignment to go along with your nonfiction unit. I give students about 3 weeks to complete
Students will be able to bring creativity to the old fashioned book report. For this project, students will create a cereal based on the book they have read. They will decorate the outside of the box with information about the book using creative concepts. The back of the box will contain a summa
A great alternative to the standard book report. Students bring in a box, cover it with construction paper, and draw/write on all six faces, according to the directions. Students can even make a story-themed toy to put inside!
This is a fun project that can be modified for elementary through high school. Project shown here is for grades 5-8. Working in groups, students will create a cereal box to promote a book they like. Each side has different instructions -- the front: title author, publisher etc, the sides: charac
Students need an empty cereal box and some creativity to produce this fun book report. Students pretend that they have been recruited by a popular cereal company to advertise a book since literacy is so important. They need their expertise! Students can pick to advertise a fiction or nonfiction t
This product contains a letter that can be adjusted for all classrooms to send home to families at the beginning of the project. Each graded section of this project is broke down into easy to understand information. Also included is a rubric for the project.
These are pages I created to go into cereal box books. I take a cereal box and cut it into a 9"x11" rectangle. I cover it with wallpaper and place these pages inside for my students to create their own hardcover books.
A super fun and engaging way for students to show their learning based on a book they have read. I often use these for literature circle projects or as an extra project for those students who are done their work. Such creative finished projects always come from this activity and parents LOVE seein
This worksheet is an overview of the expectations for students for a cereal box book report project. It also includes a handout for students to fill out while listening to their peers give their "commercials" r
Here's a visual tutorial to help your students get a better idea of how to put together a book report using a cereal box.
I send this in an e-mail to parents in late January to help them prepare their book reports for Valentine's Day. We use our Biography Book Reports as our Valentine boxes, but
This is a fun alternative to the traditional book report. It requires that students "think outside of the box" so to speak when presenting and preparing their book reports. I do have students present ALL reports in front of the class.
Included are 4 templates for different book reports/projects. There is a cereal box book project, a flipbook project, award winning book project, and a book jacket project. I also included a story map that can be used with these reports. Personalized rubrics for each one are created and a part of
Book reports don't have to be that boring!
These projects are a more creative way to find out how much of the book the student really understands.
All of these look GREAT on your walls and bulletin boards!
Board Game Book Report
Newspaper Book Report
Facebook Book Report
Cereal Box Book
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In this pack you will find 7, ready-to-use book projects to stimulate your students creativity! Creating book projects is a great way to incorporate reading, writing,
I LOVE this book report! The students create a book report using a cereal box. Each side of the cereal box has certain items that need to be included (i.e. 5 significant events, title, characters, setting, game, summary, etc.). This template can also be used for famous people and explorers.
Book report instructions and rubric for students to complete a book report on a book using a cereal box. Students are required to make predictions, and connections, provide a personal response, and illustrate an important event and scene from the book. Students enjoy sharing their knowledge with t
After your class learns the different parts of a non-fiction book they can complete this project. Students will be able to create a book report with a twist! They will complete the provided sheets and will paste onto a cereal box.
CEREAL BOX REPORT -
-Title of Book
This is a great alternative to a book report or a story map. Students show their understanding of a book, and the elements of fiction of the book, in a creative format that they will enjoy doing. I have students who have returned to my classroom years later who still remember doing the project.
This is a neat project that your students will love.
First, they need to read a biography. They will use the components in this download, wrapping paper, and a recycled cereal box to create their Biography Boxes. They will choose five items that symbolize the person and place them inside the box. La
Students follow these guidelines to create a cereal box biography. Students will first read about/research a person and then follow the directions to create a cereal box display. Students will write interesting facts, accomplishments, and adjectives about their chosen person. This is great to use
Looking for a new way to assign book reports? You have found the perfect resource!
I really enjoy assigning book reports to my students throughout the school year and this is my favorite to use at the beginning of the year. It includes the following:
Front Cover: Title Page including detailed pi