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Students must include the following on their Book Jacket template for fiction books: character summary, author biography, illustrations, book summary, and more. This book report can be used after completing any fictional novel study. I recommend showing students example book jackets from their favo
Class books are so much fun! These will definitely be books your students will want to read during Daily 5 or quiet reading time! All you need to create these books are folders with sleeves! That's it! No binding, no laminating!Included are 24 covers and writing templates. This should give you two w
NOVEL ASSIGNMENT: BOOK JACKET BLURB WRITING: Have your students complete this fun assignment after reading any novel or short story. Students create the back of the book jacket by selecting a quote to hook potential readers, writing an engaging introduction to the plot (without spoilers!), and intr
I use a “write about reading” activity as part of my Work on Writing station each week. On Monday, I read the book as a read aloud. (If you don’t have the book, check to see if it is read on You Tube!) Then we discuss the prompt as a whole group and/or with partners so students will be able to
I love this book! It is a wordless book that gets kids thinking about how they see the world. It is about changing their perspective to see the good.I use a “write about reading” activity as part of my Work on Writing station each week. On Monday, I read the book as a read aloud. (If you don’t
I use a “write about reading” activity as part of my Work on Writing station each week. On Monday, I read the book as a read aloud. (If you don’t have the book, check to see if it is read on You Tube!) Then we discuss the prompt as a whole group and/or with partners so students will be able to
I use a “write about reading” activity as part of my Work on Writing station each week. On Monday, I read the book as a read aloud. (If you don’t have the book, check to see if it is read on You Tube!) Then we discuss the prompt as a whole group and/or with partners so students will be able to
Primary Narrative Writing and Book Cover Assessment includes:- 1 Title Page- OrganizersAll About My CharactersAll About the SettingAll About the EventsMy Story Organizer: At a Glance- Good Copy Paper- Design a Book Cover- My Illustration- Narrative Writing Rubric- Media Literacy Rubric for "Book Cov
I use a “write about reading” activity as part of my Work on Writing station each week. On Monday, I read the book as a read aloud. (If you don’t have the book, check to see if it is read on You Tube!) Then we discuss the prompt as a whole group and/or with partners so students will be able to
Improve your Year 2 student's writing with this writing goal tracking sheet. Glue it into your students book or on their front cover and track what students can do, what they are learning to do and where to next. If students have achieved the 2 star writing goals, move them onto the 3 star writing g
Types of Writing includes four writing posters (persuasive, narrative, descriptive, and expository). These vintage & classic style posters are great reference tools to hang on cupboards, flank whiteboards, or be placed on small bulletin boards. It also includes a student writing template, refe
I use a “write about reading” activity as part of my Work on Writing station each week. This book is a Shared Reading book for CCC curriculum. On Monday, I read the book as a read aloud. (If you don’t have the book, check to see if it is read on You Tube!) Then we discuss the prompt as a whole
I use a “write about reading” activity as part of my Work on Writing station each week. On Monday, I read the book as a read aloud. (If you don’t have the book, check to see if it is read on You Tube!) Then we discuss the prompt as a whole group and/or with partners so students will be able to
I use a “write about reading” activity as part of my Work on Writing station each week. On Monday, I read the book as a read aloud. (If you don’t have the book, check to see if it is read on You Tube!) Then we discuss the prompt as a whole group and/or with partners so students will be able to
A great follow up/extension to reading "Knuffle Bunny" by Mo Willems. Have each student choose a location (beach, playground, Target, zoo) then use crayons and/or markers to add drawings of Knuffle Bunny lost at that location! Student can write about where Knuffle Bunny got lost next! A great way to
PERFECT FOR FATHER'S DAY!EASY TO PUT TOGETHER AND MAKE!ON EACH PAGE, STUDENTS WILL FILL OUT INFORMATION AND DRAW A PICTURE ABOUT THEIR DAD.WITH THIS FILE, YOU WILL GET:3 covers to print on white card stock and cut around:*COLOR VERSION *BLACK AND WHITE VERSION *TO BE COLORED VERSION 7 pages to print
This student memory book will allow students to use their creativity to design the memory book cover. It also allows students to focus on matters of kindness (Compliments Page and Random Acts of Kindness Page), reflect on favorite lessons, their class, teacher(s), summer plans, etc. My students' f
Are you looking for some monthly writing prompts to use with your students? This resource just may be what you are looking for! These 26 Monthly Writing Prompts let you incorporate writing into your classroom with ease. Use these prompts as a monthly assessment piece to see student growth in writing
Created by a New York Times Bestselling Author! Lesson seven is about book cover design, because what is a book without a cover? Rather than focus on the technical aspects of design, we take a bigger picture approach here. What is a cover supposed to accomplish? What information should it convey?
Students will explore the idea of judging appearance (judging a book by its cover) and how accurate they may, or may not be. Includes options for both a narrative essay and multimedia project with prewriting materials and rubrics for both. Also comes with companion prejudging activity. Great comp
Grades:
9th - 12th, Adult Education
I use a “write about reading” activity as part of my Work on Writing station each week. On Monday, I read the book as a read aloud. (If you don’t have the book, check to see if it is read on You Tube!) Then we discuss the prompt as a whole group and/or with partners so students will be able to
This is a wonderful creative writing lesson based on The Important Book by Margaret Wise Brown. I have used this lesson in many ways! This is a wonderful way to start out a new year, celebrate someone special, honor a fellow classmate, etc. The ideas are endless! This product includes an editable
if you own my Writing Center Story Cards packet then you will LOVE this! I created class book covers for each of my story card ideas so that once your students create stories for each card they can all be complied and made into a great class book. The book can be placed in the classroom library or
This slideshow presentation continues with the lesson to teach opinion writing and looking at the book cover and titles to think of new reasons and evidences to share with the reader in the letter students are writing.It has the teaching point and examples of the thinking process as you look at the

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