As the end of the year approaches you may be looking for a way to reflect on the year and all that your students have accomplished. Or maybe you are looking for a way that your current class can welcome your new students in September…
This book worm project can help you do just that!
Students will write about a favorite book they have read by summarizing key points – characters, setting, main idea, new facts learned, favorite parts, etc. Then assemble a bookworm foldable book as the final project.
Books are easily differentiated by adjusting the number of pages included. The final display is a flat book that does not easily reveal the differing number of pages, so this is also a great project for an academic fair.
Not only can your current students reflect on their growth and learning throughout the year, but if you save the books, your next group of students can be introduced to some of the texts they will read in the coming year!
Included in your download:
Templates for bookworm
First draft paper (primary and intermediate lines)
Final copy paper (primary and intermediate lines)
Instructions for assembly