26 Book Report Ideas

Friday, August 7, 2015

26 Book Report Ideas

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Book reports are a great way for kids to recall what they’ve read, help with reading comprehension, and improve writing too. But not all kids enjoy filling out book report forms. Here are 26 creative, fun, and unique book report ideas.
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)


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Book Reports Ideas

  1. Make a diorama – these still my children’s favorite
  2. Create a book jacket –  different than the original
  3. Kids will love making these book report t-shirts
  4. Present an oral book report – dress up as your favorite character
  5. Try these creative cereal box book reports
  6. Make a poster – pretend your book is going to be made into a movie
  7. Write the author a letter – state why or why not you liked the book
  8. Illustrate and design a comic book
  9. Why not make a tasty book report (love the cake book report)
  10. Make a mobile – create your favorite scene
  11. Create a timeline – include the important topics
  12. Create a magazine ad for the book
  13. Make a board game
  14. Put together a Power Point Presentation
  15. Write a letter to a friend informing them why they should read the book
  16. Make a bookmark of your favorite chapter
  17. Create a wordsearch – use vocabulary words in the book
  18. Make a crossword puzzle - let someone who’s read the book work the puzzle
  19. Make a memory game – use index card with vocabulary words
  20. Outline your favorite chapter
  21. Kids will love making these 4D Trioramas
  22. Interview someone who lived in the time of the setting or has experienced the plot
  23. Book report flaps would be a fun way for kids to recall the book events in order
  24. Make a True or False quiz – have someone take the quiz who has read the book
  25. Make a lapbook – use these templates
  26. Create a Poem
  27.  Reading Comprehension Bookmarks (any book: fiction or non fiction)

But if you are looking for a simple to use, free printable form, don’t miss our book report form and our simple book report form.

book report form     simple book report form 




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