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Students LOVE this Board Game Book Report template! Students pick a fictional book and create a game based on it! Students love this creative Board Game book report and it is a great way to recycle/reuse materials too! Students are responsible for creating the Game Board, Game Pieces and completing
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! Includes: Board Game Book Report Newspaper Book Report Facebook Book Report Cereal Box Book
All of our most POPULAR Book Reports in one MEGA BUNDLE! 12 Projects Total at a HUGE DISCOUNT.Book reports don't have to be 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!Include
Sold individually or as a bundle at a discount http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Book-Report-FUN-PACK-4-Projects-Board-Game-Newspaper-Facebook-Cereal-Box Book reports don't have to be that boring! This a more creative way to find out how much of the book the student really understands.
Very specific directions on how to make the game board and how it will be graded. Questions aligned with new rigorous testing standards. Includes the following information. Connections: Text-Text Text-Self. Text-World Characters Setting PLOT- rising action Climax Resolution Character Traits
This is a comprehensive book report poster (11x17) in the fun form of a board game! After reading a book, students complete each box to create a game about their book (...and secretly they are sharing their comprehension of the story with you!) Covers story details such as: Characters, setting, pr
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This board game book report is a fun and creative way to get students thinking and sharing about a novel that they have read. The book report is designed for a mystery novel, but can be used for any genre. The rubric and project description provide a clear explanation of the project expectations, bu
Get your students excited about reading with this engaging and creative book report project. Students have a blast (and learn!) when playing each other's board games.
Students will choose to read a book or novel and create a board game based upon the story. Included in this download are the student directions as well as the grading rubric.
This is a fun way to get students involved in their reading! Students are able to read a book and then use their questioning skills to create their very own game. Students have fun competing against each other and it creates wonderful conversations about books! Please check out the rest of my prod
Students will create a board game based on the book they read.
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Looking for a fun and creative book report? This Board Game Book Report is PERFECT! Students work with a partner or in groups of three. They roll a dice and move that number of spaces in any direction. They will read the space and report to their partner about their book. EXAMPLE: If they land
Try these 15 creative book projects to spice up your reading program. These fun, hands-on projects will hold your students accountable for their reading and are sure to motivate even the most reluctant reader. Each engaging project includes a student handout explaining what to do and a grading rubri
This yearlong bundle includes 11 genre story elements book projects that are creative and fun PLUS literary elements posters and slideshow, student literary story elements flip reference, and genre posters with book example lists. The set is in DIGITAL and PRINT so you can use it any way that works
20 different book projects that can be used with any novel. After reading students will complete a project to show what they read. They will have to propose a project and then their are direction sheets on how to complete it! These projects are great because when they present it helps other students
20 different book projects that can be used with any novel all digital and on Google Slides. After reading students will complete a project to show what they read. Each project will have a direction slide, planning slides, and then project slides. Most projects will stay on Google Slides completely,
Incorporate real world experiences in your novel studies and book reports. This novel choice board gives students the choice of taking on the role of a professional author, actor, social worker, politician, video game designer, toy company executive, poet, reporter, or travel agent. Students then us
Novel Series RAFT is a book report option designed to creatively assess novel series, pushing students beyond simple recall to synthesis, evaluation and application levels of understanding. Here’s what teachers are saying-♥ I love this for independent reading. The teacher notes are great and I like
Get your kiddos excited about reading with this resource. It's not your traditional book report. Students will create a board game based on the book they read. The resource comes with everything you need: explicit directions, examples, a graphic organizer, and of course a rubric.
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This is a list of 50 creative and unique book report ideas; this list will get even the most reluctant project creators inspired. Such ideas as making a talk show with a host and guest from your book and writing out questions important to your book to discuss, assembling a magic box and placing imp
Books are great ways to help students with language skills of vocabulary, sequencing, comparing, predicting, re-telling, and more! This resource focuses on vocabulary, comparing, rhyming, and Wh/comprehension questions in particular. Vocabulary for hibernation and animals.Contains:• There are vocabu
This is perfect for motivating students to reach their reading goal of reading 25 books. Instead of a typical checklist, the students are also offered a board-game-like challenge to follow until they reach 25 books. Each time they finish a book, you can give them a check (or star, whatever you ch
Kids don't like to write book reports, but teachers need to know that they actually read the book! Here is the answer! I provide my students with a list of options for book report alternatives. Here are 20 ideas, including #6 - Write a comic strip telling the story, #10 - Make a board game based
A must-have for any teacher tool kit. Over 70+ instant activities with templates that work for many kinds of topics. The templates are from years of classroom experience (teaching ESL, EFL) but can work for almost all subjects, especially English language arts. Assign the templates for class work,

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