In “Sneak Peek,” students ages 14 and up analyze literature and visually demonstrate their comprehension of details. Using the Stop Motion Studio app, they create a book trailer promoting its imagery, symbolism, or theme. Students select a scene they feel best illustrates their point and then create a storyboard before making their video. The class then watches and discusses everyone’s creations. For more lesson ideas, use this free book: http://apple.co/BookTrailer
Making Super Pop-up Reports. Learn to make Super Pop-up Reports, which unfold to make a structure like a building with four rooms, each with two walls and a floor. Super Pop-up Reports are excellent forums for presenting research, and students love them.
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Book in a Bag Project- A Great Alternative to a Book Report
Book Report Idea: It's called Book in a Bag- Students decorate a paper bag with a scene from the book and fill the bag with 5 items that represent something from the book! Fabulous way to do a book report!
Book Report Form for 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade students