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 want to read the book!
In this product you will find 20 book projects that can be done after reading any novel. You can use these with book clubs, friendly reads, literature circles, or individual reads!
Why will these activities help your students grow and make you happy?
- Students LOVE creating projects to showcase what they read.
- Students or teachers can choose between 20 different projects. You could all do the same project or let the kids choose different ones!
- All you have to do is print and let the kids do the rest!
2. Board Game
4. Make a Kahoot
5. Write a Play
6. Book Review
8. A Newspaper
9. Comic Strip
10. Poster and Dress Up
13. Travel Brochure
15. News Report
16. Kid Blog
17. Movie Maker
18. Finish the Book
19. Children’s Book
*Some projects need supplies and others have all the supplies provided**
What are others saying?!
Sara- "Love all the project ideas and that the students fill out a proposal form and then there is a planning form. Especially helpful for students who need to break the project down into smaller pieces."
Rebecca- "This is such a FABULOUS product and idea! I'm not a fan of traditional book reports and I'm loving the fact that students have choice to represent themselves in a way their brain works! Thanks for the work you went to in making this fabulous product. So excited to see all the wonderful reflections my students will have this year!"
Becky- "This was exactly what I was looking for, thank you! Extremely thorough, easy to prep, and engaging for students! Love this resource! "
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I wanted my students to be engaged in reading and show me that they understood what they read! These book projects made it fun for students to show me all that they read! Plus, they got others excited about reading new books!
The Friendly Teacher