Pumpkin Book Report (Character)

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Prior to the event, the school’s Title I Committee asked parents and students to participate at home with a “Pumpkin Book Report” project. BCE families were asked to read a favorite book together and design a pumpkin to represent the main character.
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First grade students at Roslyn Elementary School created Pumpkin Book Reports this October. Each student chose a book and decorated the pumpkin to look like the main character of the book. First grade teachers Mrs. Jessica Adamski, Mrs. Stephanie McCuen, Ms. Jamie Shore, and Mr. Todd Shuster worked with students to create pumpkin patches of book characters as well. Y7GTXDE7KQY7GTXDE7KQArthur pumpkin for Trevor's pumpkin book report project???
This pumpkin book report craftivity has both fall themed and pumpkin themed book reports to use. There are two of each for favorite part, main idea, favorite character, and setting with space to write and draw. The patterns and directions are also included. pumpkin book reports, pumpkin character reports, pumpkin family project, halloween project, free halloween project, free pumpkin book reports, free character book reports, free fall activity, free family project, October family project, Simply KinderMrs. Eifert's 2nd Graders combined their literary and artistic talents to create a masterpiece! Each student prepared and presented a pumpkin book report to the class. They added a fun twist to the book report by decorating a pumpkin using the title and theme of the selected book. Some students even decorated the pumpkin as the book's main character. Forget plain old pumpkin carving....pumpkin decorating is far better, especially when it comes with a book report! What an imagination!Whether you are looking for a way to incorporate the pumpkins you picked up at the pumpkin patch into an activity or simply want to create a seasonal project for the classroom, a pumpkin book report puts a fun spin on this classroom classic. Pumpkins are pretty much head shaped and portable enough to carry, so basing the report on a favorite (or important) character makes the decorating a snap.The baby recently had to turn in a “pumpkin book report” on his non-fiction book of choice. After a brief pass through the options on our at-home bookshelf, he quickly settled on Good boy :-)October is an excellent time for all things pumpkins! Our elementary school hosts its annual pumpkin book character contest. Students are challenged to partner with their parents to create a pumpkin that looks like one of their favorite characters from a book. I’ve compiled a list of my favorite Pumpkin Book Report Ideas! Take a look!Too funny – my 2nd grader just did her pumpkin book report and it had to be a FICTIONAL character! ha! Fancy Nancy over here :) Love the mouse! And the underpants (hehe)