It also helps you and your friends figure out books to recommend to each other for your next report! Wrap it up Brainstorm what else you want to include, such as great illustrations, who told you about the book, if the author wrote anything else, and where this book ranks on your list of favorites. Spin all the separate pieces into the project Now it's time to go back to step #2: Pick a medium.
This project is unlike your average boring old book report because it’s one where they get to express their creativity by drawing, bringing in props related to their books from home, and sharing what they liked and disliked about their book.
“The kids all brought in a Cylinder Sequence Literature Kit and the idea is for the students to bring in any kind of cylinder container with a top and then they draw pictures on the outside about the beginning, middle, and end of the book.
You're now ready to put all of the information you gathered into an interesting, entertaining, and above all, informative book report.
A book report is a short essay describing what a particular book is about, coupled with a brief reaction from you.