How to Report on Books, Grades 3-4

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How to Report on Books has everything you need to make reporting on books fun! Students enjoy the wide variety of projects and engaging forms. Each grade-level book provides time-saving reproducibles, step-by-step project directions, book lists, and more

How to Report on Books, Grades 3-4 contains everything you need to make reporting on books fun and exciting. This easy-to-use resource contains 10 individual book report forms, 16 individual book projects, and 5 group book report projects. Each has step-by-step directions, book lists for individual book reports, and standards-based literature skills.

Examples of literature focus skills:
• retelling a story
• sequencing events
• identifying problem/solution
• identifying facts in fiction
• identifying books that are fiction or nonfiction
• identifying story elements
• recognizing figurative language
• understanding fairy tales
• recommending and evaluating books

Examples of book report projects:
• mobiles
• puppets
• posters
• puzzles
• interviews
• trivia games
• character trait maps

This resource contains teacher support pages, reproducible student pages, and an answer key.