Reading fair - like a science fair, but with books!  I would love to do this for a book report type project when we study the components of stories (plote, theme, setting, conflict, etc.)!

Host a "Reading Fair": Similar to a science fair, but focused on literature. It's a more creative and artistic alternative to a typical book report format.

Students read the sentence strips and determine which punctuation is missing.  They add the missing punctuation and assemble the craftivity! $

Punctuation Pockets Craftivity

punctuation pockets - students read the sentence strips and determine which punctuation is missing. they add the missing punctuation and assemble the craftivity!

Idea for presenting a Biography...love it!

What a cute project idea.Biography or character report. LOVE IT! For all of my teacher friends. Money is tight these days. A very good alternative to dressing up like the person! Would have never thought this idea!

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 creative book report ideas - so many really unique and FUN book report projects for kids of all ages.

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 in a Bag Project- A Great Alternative to a Book Report

Book Report Idea: Its 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!

A Love for Teaching: Question Cubes and Prompt Sticks

A Love for Teaching: Question Cubes and Prompt Sticks. Question dice made with large foam dice from the dollar store.

Reading Fair Projects- Part 2 | Read. Write. Mom! - A Mississippi Mom Blog

Have a reading fair. This example shows a student’s reading fair project for the book “The Giving Tree" written by Shel Silverstein. Looking for fun book report ideas? Check out this page on Unique Teaching Resources: www.

Prefix pockets - fun!

Word Identification Prefix Pockets is an activity that familiarizes students with words that use prefixes. Students will look at the prefix written on the pocket and place the word strips that use that prefix in the corresponding pocket.

Questions to ask before, during, and after reading. You have to purchase these but I'm sure you can come up with your own and for real cheap.

A collection of 36 star guided reading question cards. 8 before reading questions, 8 during reading questions and 20 after reading questions cards.

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