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    Book Reviews with a difference! Kids design a T-shirt to represent their book and then have to pitch the book to their classmates without giving away the ending.

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    • Alesha Tatum-Howe

      Students create a T-shirt design inspired by the book they read. Coolest book reports ever! Lots of great examples. (Could be a good summer reading project too) @Tylatha Riisager @Shannon Bellanca Bellanca Rodriguez @Angela Gray Gray LaPlant @Bethany Shoda Shoda Harlow Brown @Gillian Lanyon Harlow @Courtney Baker Trettel @Heather Creswell Carlson

    • Katherine Scanlon

      Book Reviews with a difference! Kids design a T-shirt to represent their book and then have to pitch the book to their classmates without giving away the ending. Great book report idea!

    • Kerry Fuller

      Book Report Idea: Design a t-shirt that reflects the book and wear it during their 'book talk' to the class.

    • Rachel Brown

      Students create a T-shirt design inspired by the book they read (the cover art is is wrapped to hide any influence). Coolest book reports ever! Lots of great examples. Fun last-day-in-book-club activity!

    • Kristin Cramer

      Students create a T-shirt design inspired by the book they read. Coolest book reports ever! Lots of great examples.Lit book project choice?

    • Angie Flanary Headley

      Book Reviews with a difference! Kids design a T-shirt to represent their book. Good idea for book clubs!

    • M Chantea

      Students create a T-shirt design inspired by the book they read. Coolest book reports ever! | What if adults or book clubs did this? lol

    • RRB14

      OMG - My first book report project to implement this year & to share at Gathering. Book Reviews with a difference! Kids design a T-shirt to represent their book and then have to pitch the book to their classmates without giving away the ending.

    • diana card

      Book Reviews with a difference! Kids design a T-shirt to represent their book and then have to pitch the book to their classmates without giving away the ending. This would get your students to enjoy doing book reports and would be so much fun!! *Sarah Graf

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