Create a Book Report in a Bag INSTRUCTIONS 1

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My grade 2/3 ETFI students are creating book reports in a bag! It is a really fun project and the students are doing really great work. We just finished a practice run before we do our very own. As a class we read the story, Trust Me, Jack’s Beanstalk Stinks! by Eric Braun. This is a twist on the traditional Jack in the Beanstalk story since it is told from the Giant’s perspective.
Book Report in a Bag
My grade 2/3 ETFI students are creating book reports in a bag! It is a really fun project and the students are doing really great work. We just finished a practice run before we do our very own. As a class we read the story, Trust Me, Jack’s Beanstalk Stinks! by Eric Braun. This is a twist on the traditional Jack in the Beanstalk story since it is told from the Giant’s perspective. Book Report in a BagBook Report in a Bag Rubric - Atlanta Public SchoolsBook Report in a Bag Project We are going to be doing a book report project
For the Book Report in a Bag, students write a summary of the story on one side, redesign the cover on the other side, and place 5 items that are important to the story inside the bag. Take a look:For the Book Report in a Bag, students write a summary of the story on one side, redesign the cover on the other side, and place 5 items that are important to the story inside the bag. Take a look:The cards will then be placed into the decorated bag. Students will also include a handmade artifact related to the book in their bags. For example, a student who read Charlie and the Chocolate Factory created a homemade chocolate bar; another student who read Underground to Canada linked florist wire loops together to make a chain, representing the shackles worn by slaves. Once all the material has been created, the book report in a bag is handed in to the teacher.My grade 2/3 ETFI students are creating book reports in a bag! It is a really fun project and the students are doing really great work. We just finished a practice run before we do our very own. As a class we read the story, Trust Me, Jack’s Beanstalk Stinks! by Eric Braun. This is a twist on the traditional Jack in the Beanstalk story since it is told from the Giant’s perspective.Today we started working on our very own Book Report in a Bag. Students chose a book from the library earlier this week and began writing their summaries today. A lot of hard work was happening in Mme. Cavill & Mme. Saunder’s classes today. Well done!Today we started working on our very own Book Report in a Bag. Students chose a book from the library earlier this week and began writing their summaries today. A lot of hard work was happening in Mme. Cavill & Mme. Saunder’s classes today. Well done!For the Book Report in a Bag, students write a summary of the story on one side, redesign the cover on the other side, and place 5 items that are important to the story inside the bag. Take a look:For the Book Report in a Bag, students write a summary of the story on one side, redesign the cover on the other side, and place 5 items that are important to the story inside the bag. Take a look: