Fun Class Banner Activity: Perfect to use with a fiction book. This lock themed activity, which is titled "Unlock a Great Book" should work great with any fiction book. See what all it includes below.
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Get your kids thinking about and reflecting on their books with this cute lock themed book report banner. It is geared more for grades 3-5. You can use it during independent reading or incorporate it into your reading workshop. It can also be a take-home project. This book report is a great way to hold kids accountable for their independent reading time.The book report banner activity has plenty of places for students to add their own creative touches with color, as they do their illustration and also color the themed pictures. It makes a perfect hallway display, bulletin board display, or you can connect them to make a fun classroom banner that hangs in your class.
The sections for the students to fill out are:
•Name a character and 4 words to describe him/her
•Explain an problem in the book.
•Tell about the solution.
•Give a cause/effect relationship from the book.
•Tell about your favorite part.
•Sketch a scene from the book.
• NOTE: There is a second side that you can copy on the back if you want the students to write a summary.
• BONUS: There are also colored banner pieces to add a decorative element to your class banner. Click on the preview.
*********On the front of the banner, space is limited in each section. You may want to click on the preview before you buy to see if the amount of space and lines will work for your students. You will want to consider this if you have students that write in a mega-size handwriting. :-) **************
It themed book report banner can be used year after year.
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For more creative lesson ideas, click on 'elementary lesson plans' by my picture above.