✿READING and WRITING ACTIVITIES are such an essential part of every child’s education, these differentiated book reports for 6th grade accommodate all the different learning styles so they’ll appeal to all of your students. Each month they will read a particular type of book and report on it in a unique and creative way. These are not your ordinary book reports.
☻Engaging activities include:☻
☻A book jacket
☻Working with a partner to write a skit.
☻A post card to the author
☻Talk show host
♥What people are saying about this resource:♥
♥”Thank you for the ideas! My students love them!.” Erin F
♥“Such an interesting way to incorporate book reports that are high interest and purposeful! “Thank you! Anne Rozell
♥“Brilliant book report ideas, thank you!.“ ZippadeeZazz
♥“This will save me SO MUCH time! Thanks so much!!” .Elementary at HEART
♥“What a fabulous variety of book report ideas!! Great resource!! Thank you so much.” One Arts Infusion Collaborative
♥“Creative ways to cover many genres throughout the year with your class.” Jim Hansen
☻Here’s what you’ll get.☻
A different GENRE for each month of the school year so that your students will have an understanding of the different types of reading material out there.
These activities will give you time to do other things because they’re no prep. All you have to do is copy them and add your own due dates.
When I first started doing book reports with the kids, I had them write the characters, setting, theme, short plot, problem, conclusion. BOOORRING for me to read and the students to do. They hated writing book reports. Then an awesome colleague shared this idea with me and I’m so thankful he did. It made the assignment more enjoyable for everyone including me.
Who is this resource for?
☻ Middle School Students
☻ Can also be used at the Elementary level
☻ Special Education Students
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