Simply Centers: Free Book report poster
The traditional book report poster is feared by 21st Century students across the globe and frowned on by the educational technology community. You know, read a book and create a poster. Include the title, setting, your thoughts, etc. Stick everything on a poster along with a few pictures…done. It’s hard to believe that in the 21st Century we are still having students do this but it happens every day in our schools.
We can change the book report poster to make it a more creative, engaging activity. Let’s take a look at a few ideas that use digital tools but are “doable.”
Thank you to Diane for submitting this fun book report poster. It’s legal size (paper) worksheet and is great for lower grades (or as an easy project for upper grades). Great end of the year project (present on your favorite book from the year) or as an end of the quarter/semester project.Mrs. Prakapas's fourth grade students at Roosevelt School in Rahway recently practiced their listening and speaking skills as they presented their 5 Senses Character Poster Book Reports to their classmates. Pictured the fourth graders display their book report posters (back, from left) Judy Nguyen, Saoirse O'Hara, Lourdes Torres, Nicole Moncada, Sa-Maya Knordle, Marlynn Dorielan and Clive Campbell; (front) Jared Carjaval, Brian Alicea, Kevin Quain and Domonic Innocent.