Include the name of the cereal and a picture. Make sure it includes information from the book. Make a list of ingredients that includes the story elements Characters and Setting. You may want to look at real cereal boxes to get some ideas.
You can use the attached template or do this is your own way. You can even include a picture of the prize on the front of your box to let the reader know what is inside the box. You can use the template on the attached sheet or cover the side with white or light colored paper and do it in your own way.
Then describe the setting.
Optional Cereal boxes often include a prize. You will probably want to create the cover before gluing it on your box. Over the next several weeks, students will read their self-selected book and create a cereal box book report at home.
Choose a shape for the cereal as well as colors and ingredients that all relate to the book. You can use the template or create the top of the box yourself as long as you include all of the things listed above.
Invent a name for the cereal that is related to the title of the book and sounds like a cereal. Students will share their project by doing a minute commercial for their cereal. Students will decorate a real cereal box with illustrations and information related to the book they read using the directions below.
Your prize must be something the main character could have used in the book or something that reminds you of the main character. Under the heading "Ingredients," list the main characters and write a sentence about each one. Do not use the exact title of the book.Esperanza Rising Projects.
then place information on a bulletin board titled 'The Great Depression.' Characters. Gather cereal or other boxes, one for each student. Give students a box. This Book Report Fun: Follow the Arrows Worksheet is suitable for 3rd - 5th Grade.
In this book report form worksheet, students write about a book they have read using the colorful format. Need a creative idea for an elementary book report? Use a cereal box project to engage your readers beyond plot, setting, and characters. A camera is.
Cereal Box Book Report Need a creative idea for an elementary book report? Use a cereal box project to engage your readers beyond plot, setting, and characters. Cereal box book report: Draw a new cover for the book on one side of the box, give the main idea, main characters and a summary on the other side, give your opinion about the book on a side and a matching bulletin board banner.
Book Report Sandwich need sample and all the copies that go with this project plus the other book reports. Introduce the nonfiction book report sandwich to the whole class, modeling each part of the sandwich. Demonstrate with samples what is expected. When they are finished with their sandwiches, you can staple them to a paper plate on a bulletin board decorated with a plastic red & white checked table cloth and lines of paper ants.
May 14, · Bulletin Board Ideas; Thursday, May 14, Cereal Box Book Report I thought I would post a picture of the cereal box book report that I shared at the Elementary Library Meeting.
Aside from decorating the front like the cover of the book, include "nutritional information" such as the genre, and a little about the characters and.Download