Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Reading projects. Get inspired and try out new things.
The days of dioramas and book reports may be long gone. (Is it wrong that I’m a little sad about that?) Yet the expectation that students read and express their understanding of what they’ve read remains as strong as ever. So what’s a teacher to do? More specifically, what’s a creative teacher to do, when she doesn’t want to rely on worksheets? Get creative, of course! I’ve compiled 9 Fun Book Projects for you. They’re quick and easy to prepare, and best of all, they’re engaging – for both…
Corban Penkert saved to Language Arts
If you are looking for a creative way to assess student summer reading, have your kids design a Peek-a-Boo book scene. Continue reading →
TheRoomMom saved to Teacher Ideas
If you've been looking for a free book report template, today's your day! Download this free book report flip book printable for your 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, or 6th grade classroom and home school students. Book report projects and book report templates for elementary and middle school kids don’t need to be boring! It's a perfect way to help students meet their reading goals without a boring book report. Grab this freebie now!
Danielle Donelli saved to classroom/education
As adults, we often walk into a bookstore with a certain genre we are ready to peruse the aisles for in order to find our next read. Would your students be able to do the
Matchbook chapter summaries super simple and fun project that you can have your students complete during your next novel study.
Courtney Webb saved to Teaching 2016
Each classroom brings students of multiple learning styles and backgrounds. It is our job to provide opportunities that reach all of the many different learning styles that come to us. For this reason, it is
Elaine Brown saved to Reading
I love scanning Pinterest for good ideas, and this round up post for Back to School offers some of my favorite ideas for Classroom Decor.
Sharon McFarland saved to Youtube
It's no secret that I love a good cumulative novel project as an assessment. I usually spend the entire novel brainstorming how we can sum it up! Sometimes the projects are a miss (you don't get to read about those!) but sometimes they are great successes. Like the character project we completed for Rules or ... Read more
Lisa Grant-Gunther saved to Daily 5