Students just need an ordinary clothes hanger. Stellated Dodecahedron This 3D project is a little more complicated than the ball described above, but just imagine the constellation of stars hanging from your classroom ceiling after the students present their report! What is the book about? Ask the class to discuss the differences between the two versions.
Have students share their initial reactions to the different book covers and dust jackets. SO much information can be covered on the 12 panels.
Put your title wrap over the hanger. These will be glued later inside your illustrated jacket. Inside flap- write a brief description of the book. Once you have the ideas hashed out, write a rough draft, read to a parent and discuss if they feel what you wrote is a good, brief description about the book.
List the main characters from your book, 3 traits about each one, and name an actor to play each one. Students can write, draw, and decorate on the paper bag pages.
Dodecahedron Students flip out for this cool ball-shaped book report. Show students the books that you have gathered for this activity.
Books that have been dramatized as movies often have a second version of the book cover that features a character or scene from the movie. Also pass out or display the rubric so they know how their project will be assessed. Pass out and review the Book Cover Components checklist or the Dust Jacket Components checklist so that students know the information required on their book covers or dust jackets.
Place the book, spine down, on top of the paper and fold each end around the covers, leaving around 4 inches on each side. Provide time for students individually, in pairs, or groups to examine the book covers and dust jackets. Hold them up, and let the students see the book covers and dust jackets.
You may use magazine clippings, Clip Art or whatever media is appropriate. Stack the paper bags on top of each other, fold in half, and staple the closed off ends of the bags together. First step is to write the summary for the interior flap of the cover.» Design a book jacket.
Design a book jacket. How you can help at home: In this activity your child designs a book jacket to summarize the main ideas of a story he has read. Sign me up for updates relevant to my child's grade.
Please enter a valid email address. Thank you for signing up! Server Issue: Please try again later. Sorry for the. // // 5th Grade Book Reports Book Report and Project Information Reminder! The written report and projects are mandatory, and are worth points. Book Report Project Directions Dust Jacket Directions Description A dust jacket is the paper covering on a hardback book.
It is designed to attract the attention of prospective readers and tell. examine the components of a book cover or dust jacket. design a new cover for a book or a dust jacket based on their comprehension of the story.
share and explain their new book covers or dust jackets. Explain that the class will be looking at numerous book covers and dust jackets so they can see. Book Reports Our 1st Qtr. book report is due on October 8, The book needs to be sixth grade level, and at least pages.
PROJECTS Book Test Prepare a test for the book you read.
You need to make a test and a separate answer key, so the test could actually be used by someone. Book Jacket title, author (front) - 5 points. Apr 22, · Make a book jacket for either your favorite book or one that you read and thought could be represented better. 5th Grade. Arts & Crafts. Activity.
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Choose one book from the Fifth Grade Summer Reading Book Jacket Project list. Follow the Design a cover for your book jacket that includes the title of the book, the author's name, the illustrator's name, any awards the book has won, and a Book Report Rubric: Book Jacket CATEGORY Front Cover Back Cover Neatness and .Download