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Book Reports

Book Reports 

 

September - Cereal Box Book Report 

                        

In our September book report you have a choice of books.  You will be designing a cereal box based on your book.  Printable directions and an organizer to plan your cereal box book report is at the bottom of the page. 

Printable Cereal Box Book Report Directions

 

        


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October - Biography Book Report 

 

October's book report is a biography.  Remember a biography is the story of a person's life written by someone else.  This book report starts with an interactive online.  Print out the directions below and then go to this website:  http://readwritethink.org/materials/bio_cube/  

Printable Biography Book Report Directions

      


November - Bag of Chips Book Report

                

November's book report is on a non-fiction text.  Remember non-fiction, or informational, books give facts about a variety of topics.  Print out the directions below. 

Printable Bag of Chips Book Report Directions 

         

    


December - Wanted Poster Book Report

 

December's book report is on a mystery.  Remember a mystery is a suspenseful story about a puzzling event that is not solved until the end of the story.  Print out the directions below.  

Printable Wanted Poster Book Report Directions 

    

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January - Fairy Tale Puppet Book Report

             

January's book report is on a fairy tale.  A fairy tale is a story that contains magic, has good and evil characters, usually includes royalty or castles, has a problem and solution, and events usually happen in threes or seven.  Fairy tales also have beginning and ending words like "Once upon a time...." or "They lived happily ever after."  Print out the directions for the puppets below. 

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  February - Fractured Fairy Tale Digital Book Report

             

February's book report is a fractured fairy tale.  We will be creating digital books that will be added to the Choptank Digital Library.  This book report will be completed in class.

Printable Fractured Fairy Tale Book Report Directions

CAST Digital Book Builder Site:    http://bookbuilder.cast.org/

Choptank Digital Library Site: http://www.myteacherpages.com/webpages/TTravis/digital_library.cfm

Examples of Student Fractured Fairy Tale Digital Books

Beast Meets Cinderella

Goldilocks and the Two Mice and the Three Lions

Little Red Stiltskin

Little Red Goes on a Trip


March - Comic Book Report

              

             Comic By Jim Davis                         Created By Stan Lee, Co-plotter Steve Ditko

For March's book report you have a choice between reading a fantasy or science fiction story.  Remember a fantasy story includes elements that are impossible like magic or talking animals.  A science fiction story uses science or technology.  Print the directions and the comic storyboard planner below.

Printable Comic Book Report Directions

Examples:

Tut, Tut comic by Ivory Buck IV

The Computer Nut comic by BreAsia Cornish

Bridge to Terabithia comic by Adrianne Duncan

Ironman comic by Aaron Bury

Holiday Princess comic by Rita Emory 


April - Newspaper Article Book Report

            

April's book report is realistic fiction.  Remember that realistic fiction is a story with made up characters and events, but the events could happen in real life.  You will become a reporter and summarize the story in your article.  Print out the directions for the newspaper book report below.

Printable Newspaper Article Book Report Directions


May - Historical Figure Book Report

                     

May's book report is historical fiction.  Remember historical fiction is a fictional story that takes place in a time period in the past.  The setting is usually real, but the characters are made up from the author's imagination.  You will be dressing up as a character from your book and summarizing the story from your characters point of view.  Print out the directions from the historical figure book report below.

Printable Historic Figure Book Report Directions


 



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