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Acrostic Book Reports
Common Core Aligned
Get your students excited about writing poetry and writing creative, engaging book "reports" at the same time!
The end result is a beautiful wall display that your students will actually take time to read . . . and nothing motivates a student to read a novel more than recommendations from their own peers!
My seventh and eighth graders love this project! I incorporate technology by having them create their acrostics on the computer and add graphics. I back the final products with construction paper, laminate them, and display them on the wall outside the library. Students of all ages stop to read them and clamor for the books! The librarian loves these because she can't keep the books on the shelves!
This 11-page product includes:
-A template for creating acrostic poems based on the titles of students' favorite novels
-Two models with full-color illustrations, using "The Breadwinner" by Deborah Ellis and "The Death Collector" by Justin Richards
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