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15 Creative Book Report Ideas for Every Grade and Subject

Reading about other people and perspectives helps kids learn beyond their own experiences. Students don’t need to dive deeply into every single book they read, but occasionally showing them how to dive in can help them view reading in different ways. Digging into characters (or settings or themes) from the books they read can really help them learn how to look beyond the prose. Here are 22 creative book report ideas designed to make reading more meaningful: 1. Mint Tin Book Report SOURCE: Teacher Thrive There are so many super creative, open-ended projects you can use mint tins for. 2. Ask your students to create a yearbook based on the characters and setting in the book. 3. SOURCE: Mrs. This project would be perfect for a book tasting in your classroom! 4. Have students locate 3-5 current event articles a character in their book might be interested in. 5. SOURCE: 123Homeschool4Me Yum! 6. Choose 15-20 alphabet books to help give your students examples of how they work around themes. 7. 8.

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10 Creative Book Report Ideas that are Sure to Impress your Teacher written by: Stephanie Torreno • edited by: Trent Lorcher • updated: 7/12/2012 Throughout school you will write countless book reports for language arts and other classes. What you may not realize is that teachers can become as bored as their students reading the same type of report over and over again. Impress your teachers and have more fun writing with these unique ideas. The Chain Poem, a Way of Breaking the Ice By: Ingrid Wendt Publication: The Quarterly, Vol. 25, No. 2 Date: Spring 2003 Summary: Wendt claims poems are boring only when they fail to surprise. "Surprise me," she tells students. In this description of the "chain poem," she shows how teachers can help their students achieve surprise. How To Write a Book Review – 10 Step Guide — On Book Street So, you want to get into writing book reviews. Maybe you discovered that it’s harder than it seems - along with everyone else who’s tried before you. Maybe you like to do some research before jumping headfirst into any new endeavour. Whatever the reason you've happened upon this article, you will find out how to navigate the intricate and enthralling world of book reviews. There’s a long road ahead, but it’s a fulfilling and delightful road so hop right in and get started!

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