You are encouraged to show your creativity! Read a book of your choosing. You want a bit of space around the center as well as a little on the side. This might be my most favorite Friday activity!!! Suitcase Display Create a suitcase out of tagboard or a manila folder or poster board.
Here are some ideas to get you started: Now let me pop the big question: Place wheel on the fastener and you have spinner which changes the scene thru the window. Then draw a picture of each one or find a real example. The kids just LOVE it!!!
Make sure your window shape is small enough to fit into you wheel. Place this information one of the side panels of the bag. The pocket is also where you store your puppets.
You may include family photographs or your own illustrations. Act II Popcorn Ingredients: Sharing some of them is a fun way to interest potential readers. Email Address We won't send you spam. Make sure you only cut the top page not the sides of that bag. How many items did everyone in the whole class use?
The purpose of this paperbag book is to help the students organize and expand their ideas for writing their story. Unfold the bag so that section C is closest to you. Now, when you fold the book up and tuck it under section A, the pages will be hidden.
List the main characters from your book, 3 traits about each one, and name an actor to play each one. You'll be cutting away some of the little circle that's holding your fastener. I get the kids to add some embellishments to their puppets for a little WOW factor. Trace onto your paperbag page.
They were SO into it! The teacher may want to require title, author, and publisher on the front; an internal conflict on the left side; an external conflict on the right side; or a favorite scene on the back, for example. Email Address We won't send you spam.
A small paper bag without handles - a brown paper lunch bag works great for this project Several pieces of construction paper in different colors Scissors Pen What You Do: On the front of the bag, draw a picture that shows what your story is all about. Make sure the summary is informative, not just wordy.
Which 2 settings are most important to your story, and why? Attach the pages of your book to section C of the bag the section closest to the opening of the bag by putting three staples along the left side to make the spine.
Other ideas for the wheel could be the character looking out a window, watching a T. Why did they select the items? I've made these wheels before Color Wheel Gecko. Make sure you mention the title, author and main characters.
You may be very creative and artistic! I just want the kids to have fun with it.The Brown Bag Teacher. Teach the Children. Love the Children. Change the World. Search. Home; Meet the Teacher I am about any alternative to a book report. 🙂 I student taught in 1st grade and never imagined myself Read More.
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Easy pamphlet making project for book "reports". Could be adapted for middle school Cute review pamphlet idea that utilises a range of textual elements on just one A4 piece of paper. Recently, we started a Brown Bag Book Club where we have discussions twice a week sharing popcorn in our "brown bag".
Using a list of questions to start discussions, the students have taken off! As we near the end of first grade, they are reading for enjoyment and look forward to the sacred time we have allotted for our Book Club. iRubric QXC: Rubric title BROWN BAG BOOK REPORT.
iRubric: BROWN BAG BOOK REPORT rubric preview rubric edit print email Copy to my rubrics Bookmark test run apply to delete: BROWN BAG BOOK REPORT Grade. Build a gradebook to assess students. Below I have attached what I will give to my 4/5 grade students for the 1st semester. Then they decorate a brown paper bag with a scene from the book or draw a picture of the cover (be creative I tell them).
the stories or novel we read that month is from the genre, and so is the book of their choosing for their book report. my book. Fun Book Reports - Paper Bag Book Report. Visit. Fun Book Reports - Paper Bag Book Report a fun, clever, and unique free printable book report idea!
Print in color or black and white, perfect for kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade, and 6th grade kids to ensure reading comprehension. The Brown-Bag.Download