Scrapbook Make a scrapbook with items and pictures that are important to the life of the main character and to the story. Fair The project has some neat elements, yet it appears a bit messy. It is also good for remembering vocabulary words like setting, theme, and main character. Good On Inside Lid of Shoebox: Good Left side of shoebox contains a detailed list of 3 characters in the novel including specific characteristics of each.
A quick web search will reveal that there are many ideas out there for creative book reports, but they are not all good ideas.
On the other long side, draw a picture of the main theme or themes of the book. A diorama can help students think about and better understand literacy concepts such as character and setting, while developing creativity and building spatial awareness skills.
Setting Excellent The student has decorated the inside of the shoebox to clearly represent a setting from the book. PowerPoint Presentation Create a PowerPoint presentation with slides for the story elements, as well as a summary and an opinion.
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On the lid of the box, have the student draw what is on the cover of their book. Book Mobile Create a mobile using the four story elements setting, character, plot, theme. Step 4 Paint the background in using temperas and a brush. Fair Assignment is completed two days late.
Fair The backside of the shoebox includes a few sentences explaining the book that the student read. Good The student has decorated the inside of the shoebox to represent a setting from the book.
Fold the tab under and glue it to the floor of the box. The younger the students are, the simpler the project should be. Student completed less than 3 of the following: Please share with a comment.
Excellent On Inside Lid of Shoebox: The teacher can have the students write on a piece of paper everything they drew on their box and the significance of the items to assess if the students understood the story and who the main character was.
Poor The backside of the shoebox does not have a summary. On the short sides, have the class draw pictures of the main characters in the story. For example, he can construct his favorite scene from the "Harry Potter" series or go with the general interior of Hogwarts.
Poor Left side of shoebox contains no detail of characters or characteristics. It is attractive and represents the book well. The purpose of this project is for the students to show that they understand what they read. Press the clay against a back corner of the shoe box and mold it downwards into a mountain.
Things You Will Need. Shoe Box Diorama An oldie, but a goodie: Left Side of Shoebox Excellent Left side of shoebox contains a detailed list of 5 characters in the book including specific characteristics of each.
Movie Poster Pretend the book is going to be made into a movie and create a poster to promote the movie.Diorama Book Report Name: Book Title: Assigned: Most dioramas are created by turning a shoe box on its side and using the back as a background.
Any box may be used; it need not be a shoe box. A good Did you turn in your project on time? 10 3. Is your diorama 3-dimensional? 15 4. Does your diorama show creativity and.
Welcome to Project Shoe Box Imagine one day someone comes to your home and tells you that you must leave immediately. You will be separated from everything you know, for who knows how long. A student's book report can jump off of the printed page and launch into creativity using a 3-D diorama activity.
Young students who aren't ready to write out full-length reports can use this model-making project to tell the story they've just read, while older kids can add to an existing written. shoe box house--would be a fun book report option Shoebox house project - House and home design vegie smugglers shoe box doll house - free printable doll's house.
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Find this Pin and more on Literacy Teaching Resources by. Diorama Book Report Directions A diorama, or three-dimensional scene for viewing in a box, is a classic alternative approach to demonstrating comprehension of a book.Download