Below is an example of my game board book report grading rubric.

Game Board Book Report Project: templates, printable worksheets, and grading rubric
You will be able to design a colorful and dynamic classroom bulletin board display using your students' finished game board book report projects.
For this game board book report project students complete the following tasks:
Game Board Book Report Projects: Do you want an exciting and challenging book report project idea for your students that also involves them designing a game about their books? This game board book report set includes 15 Trivia Cards, 4 cards are shown are below.For this game board book report project students complete the following tasks:This game board book report set includes 15 Trivia Cards, 4 cards are shown are below.
Everything that you need to complete these game board book report projects is included in this set of teaching resources. All that you will need is scissors, glue, tape, and coloring pencils.This set of teaching resources includes assembling directions on how to prepare and assemble this game board book report project. Below is an example of the two assembling directions worksheets. Traditionally, requiring students to write questions and answers about a story is a task most students find quite boring. By using this creative book report project idea that contains Monopoly style graphic organizers, your students will be anxious to roll the dice and play each others' fun game board book reports! Everything that you need to complete these game board book report projects is included in this set of teaching resources. All that you will need is scissors, glue, tape, and coloring pencils.Game Board Book Report Projects: Do you want an exciting and challenging book report project idea for your students that also involves them designing a game about their books?This set of teaching resources includes assembling directions on how to prepare and assemble this game board book report project. Below is an example of the two assembling directions worksheets. Traditionally, requiring students to write questions and answers about a story is a task most students find quite boring. By using this creative book report project idea that contains Monopoly style graphic organizers, your students will be anxious to roll the dice and play each others' fun game board book reports! To save you time in coloring your example that you show to your students, I have included color game board templates in this teaching resources set. I display my finished game board book report at the front of my classroom so that students can refer to it as they are completing their own projects.