I am sure I have left out a ton of steps. I made a graphic organizer for my students that has 6 topics: I love this site because it is so kid user friendly.
Save all the book reports and make a book out of them at the end of summer. Talk about what made you like it or, if you hated it.
Read and mark the report. This allows students to weave information about characters and setting into the report where they are most relevant to the theme. We used the Pebble Go series because, 1. One of my kids favorite ways to enjoy books is audio books.
Make the changes to the report. Because we were only spending 1 day with the laptop I just had the students type their animal name in the search box above. Both teachers and students may find these creative ideas more interesting than a straightforward report. The very last thing we do is click on the "Print and Label Picture" button.
But the bottom half of all 6 is different. On the top right there is a "watch" button that allows the student to see a few minute long video of their animal. You could stretch this out for 2 days and with a larger group I would, but my 1st grade ELL classes are pretty small so 1 day was enough for us.
The third day, I review with a quick model and then they attempt to take notes on 2 sections in one day. After all we want this to be fun right! I make a cover page using the Comic Life program.
Read through the book report from beginning to end to get a feel for it overall. What type of award do they deserve? If you want them leave me a comment and I will email them to you.
However, that is a whole post by its self. The first day I model what it looks like to take notes from our books. This one would be great for book series where the characters are the same in every book.
Get a printable version of these 6 Book Reports. Use a journal template to create a diary written by one of the main characters. This can sometimes happen when you add new content to a report.
A multi-page report is created by the student and may take more than one night to finish. We get a lot from the library but we also love Audible.Content filed under the Book Report category.
Comment. Book Report – 2 Worksheets. Grade Card - PDF Version. This is a basic fill-in-the-blank report card that uses six 6-week periods. Test print on scrap paper and if it they print correctly, print on card stock. My Basic Book Report for Primary Grades - Free to print (PDF file).
My Basic Book Report: Primary My Book Exploration Report - Book report sheet for kids (Template / Form) Download these free 1st grade book report printables at Homeschool 4 Me. Find more free homeschool printables here! Second Grade Book Reports. Book reports are due on the last school day of each month.
If the book report is turned in late, it will be docked 1 grade each school day it is late. Class Book Report Assignment Assign a different book and print a journal with questions for each student - Automatically (edhelper saves books assigned so students will be given a different book.
Book Report Project (#1) name: _____. Your task is to create a short PowerPoint presentation about your book. Much of what is needed on the PowerPoint you can find on your fact-finding sheet about your book.Download