SKU: W105950
(27 customer reviews)

Book Report Project FREEBIE- Print and Digital Resource

Transform traditional book reports with this creative project suitable for any picture or chapter book. Includes student instructions, digital resources, grading rubric, and note-taking formats. Ideal for reading workshops, literature groups, or independent reading programs. Check out more projects like this for enhanced learning experiences.

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Description

No more boring book reports! You and your students will love this creative book project instead!

You can use it with any picture book or chapter book. Makes a great culminating activity and works well with reading workshop, literature groups or independent reading programs.

This download includes:

-Student instructions handout

-Digital instructions and resource

-Grading rubric

-Note taking while reading in list format

-Note taking while reading in graphic organizer format

For more projects like this, check out 15 Creative Book Projects!

This product is happily brought to you by Rachel Lynette and Cassi Noack of Minds in Bloom.

SKU: 105950

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27 reviews for Book Report Project FREEBIE- Print and Digital Resource

  1. Jillian Harvey

    Did this with my 12th graders! They loved using this resource for their digital book in a box. Thank you for creating this resource.

  2. Brandy L.

    I thought this was great for our unit on the Holocaust and reading the 3 novels we had for it. It took the students a little more time than I was expecting but it was not a difficult activity but great for research as well.

  3. Christen Reed

    I used this with my small group. It was great and they loved it

  4. Margaret F.

    Such a wonderful resource to help guide our learning as we attempt homeschooling this year! Thank you for sharing!

  5. Tina M.

    I love this resource. It gives my students the necessary means to make a purpose from their reading.

  6. Storybook Village

    This was a great way to engage my reluctant readers who do not like typical book reports. I was impressed by the creativity it pulled out of certain students. Easy, simple template that can be used for many books!

  7. Teaching with Liv

    I’ve used this resource a few times now and every time I use it I’m pleasantly surprised with the engagement. Love doing this project with kiddos!

  8. Keisha P.

    My students enjoyed the activity and all of the pages were helpful. The rubric was very organized. I look forward to more resources from the seller.

  9. Kati B.

    We loved this project. Such a great idea. The students can work on it throughout the entire book. It was fun to see what they put in the box and how they decorated the box to go with the book. Excellent idea. We will be using this idea again. Thank you!

  10. Staci S.

    I have made up awesome book bags to take home to help the parents support the students learning.

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