Creating cereal boxes for the books is creative on its own. But, add in the commercial idea and I find it absolutely amazing. What interested me about this video was the fact that we get to see the actual end results (instead of just a how-to).
I know that this is more of an at-home assignment. But, I can’t stop thinking of the amazingly creative ways that any teacher could use this instead of a paper and pencil report. Not only is it completely creative, but it really gets the students thinking about how to tell the story in a non-traditional way.
What caught my eye with this report form is that any teacher could easily adapt it to his or her own assignment. I look at it as a template for assigning an out-of-the-box book report. Even though it’s technically a ‘science’ assignment, I can see how any teacher could easily adapt it for a different curricular area.
341 ideas! I feel like everyone should be able to find at least a few ideas to use. Whether you go with the outright idea or use it as a springboard for your own imaginative activity, this book report list is magnificently massive.
Genius! This article features an above-and-beyond attitude when it comes to book report ideas. I found the wax museum idea imaginative – and loved the way it really encourages students to think out of the box.