Students, after reading their own book or a class chapter book, they don't have to do a boring book report; instead, they begin to create a book float. The motivation in your class will be sky high!
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26 creative book report ideas so many really unique and FUN book report projects for kids of all ages. Book Float Book Report Performance Activity: Students will design a book float based on a book they are reading.
They will decorate a shoebox to represent the book; it should look like a float in a parade. Students need to use proper capitalization and punctuation on all parts of the float. The most recent book report was a BOOK FLOAT Book report. The required reading for this book report must be from a book that is atleast 50 pages long and they are required to read it from front to back in order to put together a report. Book Float Book Report Directions: Students will design a" book float" based on a recent book that they have completed.
They will decorate a shoe box to go with the book Your students will be completely engaged in this Parade FLOAT book report!
This is a fun way your students can show what they have learned about a book in a creative way! Includes: Lots of photos Student Assignment Sheet SelfAssessment Score Sheet (2 sizes) KidFriendly Writing Rubric Easy Teacher