Book Spine Templates - Peer Book Recommendation Classroom Display

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Mochas and Markbooks
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Great exit ticket and Fun Friday activity. I've even had students try to recreate the very same book spine.


This is a great first week of school activity where students create a book recommendation for their classmates by designing a book spine that looks like their recommended book.

All of the book spines can be displayed together to look like a bookshelf and create a fun and functional peer-to peer book recommendation hub in your classroom!

This resource includes:

  • Teacher's Guide
  • Two student handout options with instructions (a one-page option to save ink and paper, and a three page option with six different template designs to choose from)
  • 6 book spine templates


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