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End of the Year Reading Activities Legacy Project

Grade Levels
4th - 8th, Homeschool
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Description

You'll love this end of the year reading project because your students will create reading recommendations for next year's upcoming class! Great way to end your class reading challenge -- and pass along student reading suggestions for future classes.

The legacy project is a series of activities that are compiled into a book or digital slide show that can be given to the upcoming class.

This is what you'll get:

  • print and digital versions of the project
  • four activities -- choose the ones you want or use them all!
  • book review
  • scrapbook page
  • book nomination
  • summer reading list
  • student checklist
  • teacher checklist
  • suggestions for teaching and putting together a print book
  • extension ideas
  • rubrics

Each section includes all the directions, so your students can work independently.

It's going to save you so much time!

Reasons to ♥ this resource:

♥ ready to teach -- print and use!

♥ perfect end of year assessment for your students' independent reading

♥ relies on critical thinking, evaluating texts, and formulating opinions

♥ creates a resource for both parents and students that answers the question, "What should I read?"

♥ self-paced -- easy checklist for student use

♥ fun and creative -- perfect way to end the year

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I can't wait to hear from you! I read and respond to all feedback, and I love hearing how you use my resources (plus, you'll get TPT credit as well)! Questions? Requests? Leave me a message in the Q&A below, and I'll get right back to you!

Happiness always,

Marypat

Total Pages
35 pages
Answer Key
Rubric only
Teaching Duration
2 Weeks
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