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Classroom Tested Resources: Ten Alternative Book Report Ideas

Ten Alternative Book Report Ideas

Elementary teachers share tried and true resources tested in our own classrooms - Classroom Tested Resources

Book Report ideas are complete with this FREE Book Report Flip Book! Teachers, your students will love this creative book report project for elementary kids. All included printable templates make this DIY book report project easy and fun for elementary and middle school students in 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, and 7th grades! Great for teaching any genre - historical fiction, nonfiction, mystery, and fantasy!

FREE Book Report Fold and File Booklet. Can be used with ANY book.Perfect for grades LOVE this and can't wait to use it with my graders! Plus, for signing up for Shelly's newsletter, you get another FREEBIE every, single month!

Are you looking for fun and engaging ways to celebrate reading, books, or for an alternative to boring old book reports?! Then, you MUST check out these SIX incredible activities for doing just that!  Your students in kindergarten, first grade, second gra

Book Report Alternative: If This Book Could Talk

26 creative book report ideas - so many really unique and FUN book report projects for kids of all ages Kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, and 5th grade. (homeschool writing)

26 Book Report Ideas

26 creative book report ideas - so many really unique and FUN book report projects for kids of all ages Kindergarten, grade, grade, grade,…

Are you looking for fun and engaging ways to celebrate reading, books, or for an alternative to boring old book reports?! Then, you MUST check out these SIX incredible activities for doing just that! Your students in kindergarten, first grade, second grad

Read Across America Ideas

Are you looking for fun and engaging ways to celebrate reading, books, or for an alternative to boring old book reports? Then, you MUST check out these SIX incredible activities for doing just that!

Are you looking for a great alternative to writing lengthy book reports that is engaging, fun, and perfect for kiddos in first, second, third, fourth, and fifth grade? Check out this condensed book report idea where students can write simplified book reviews. Included are templates, photographs and easy-to-follow directions that are easy for teachers to implement and great for students to complete after reading their favorite books!

Book Report Alternative: If This Book Could Talk

Blog post - Book projects to get your students excited about reading!

Book reports are boring but these book projects will get your students excited about reading! This BUNDLE includes both volumes exciting book projects!) of my book projects giving your students even more choices!

Find ideas for book reports that motivate your students to want to write!  Many genres- biography, mystery, fiction, fantasy, tall tale, historical fiction, etc.  There is even a choice book report.  Use cereal box, paper bags, etc.

Book Reports that Motivate! Pick a Genre

This resource contains 10 creative book reports in a variety of genres! Each book report has student directions and a rubric for grading. There are 20 pages of book reports and rubrics that will motivate your

BLOG POST: Instead of a traditional book report, let students design a t-shirt to creatively to show what they know about what they have read. This FREE project includes instructions, suggested uses, template, student project description, and rubric.

FREE Design a T-Shirt Book Reponse Project

Here are ten ideas that go way beyond the standard book report. Your kids will love them! We especially enjoyed the scrapbook project - I always get great results with that one.

Ten Great Creative Book Report Ideas

Book reports are old news, and kids often don't enjoy doing them. These 10 creative book report ideas will spice things up for the better!

The how and why of Reading Response Journals. Seriously, one of the best ways I've found for students to authentically engage with text!

The How and Why of Reading Response Journals

Reading Response Journals: Helping students better engage with text in a meaningful but totally EASY to implement way! No cutting and pasting. no page numbering. Love this idea!

If you've ever wondered how to make a lap book, today's your day! You'll learn how to make a lapbook with your 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, or 6th grade classroom and home school students. Plus you get a FREE book report lapbook template when you sign up for our mailing list. This is a great "how-to" blog post that allows your students to create a complete DIY project. It's great for helping students meet their reading goals withOUT a boring book report. Grab this freebie now!

How to Make a Lap Book: with FREE Template

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