Sunday, September 30, 2012

Pumpkin Book Reports

Tomorrow begins the month of October!!! OCTOBER!!! Can you believe it? This year is flying by already, but I am so excited about all of the fun ahead! This month lends itself to so many fun activities in the classroom...especially around Halloween! One of my favorite projects is only weeks away...Pumpkin Book Reports! Or in this year's case...Pumpkin Biographies!

Basically...
You Take This...
{Hey...who said trick or treat bags are just for candy???}
 
Fill it up with some good story element treats...
Complete an extreme makeover...pumpkin edition....
And you have yourself the not so typical book report.
Here are a few more examples
I have created a Trick or Treat Book Report resource packed with 77 pages of information, resources and examples. This unit includes two levels. One for all of you kindergarten and first grade peeps, and one for us "oldies but goldies" rockin' it out in second - sixth. Here is a look at what this sweet little treat includes.

You can pick this unit up at my TPT shop!
 
Or if you prefer...Pumpkin Biographies! Same concept...different books! You get the idea!
 
Preview
 
I promise...once you do this little project...it will be a holiday tradition forever! If you would like to incorporate this into your fall activities, stop by my lil' TPT store and pick up a copy! Plus...these units are currently on sale!!!!
 
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Pumpkin Book Reports
 
Happy Fall, Y'all!

 

11 comments:

  1. Such a creative idea!!! I love those pumpkins.
    -Chrissy
    firstgradefoundme.blogspot.com

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  2. Oh my goodness that is just the cutest idea ever! I love all those pumpkins!

    Pixy Stix and Teacher Tricks

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  3. Oh wow this is so cute and creative, your students, parents, admin you name will love your book reports! My mouth was open after A Bad Case of Stripes, but as I scrolled down I was completely floored. Great Idea!

    ♡Kim♡
    Shades of Teaching

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  4. Love this! My class is doing exactly this for their October Monthly Project.

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  5. Love this project too! Curious, how do you grade your projects??
    Courtney
    Teaching in Paradise

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  6. What a creative way to do book reports!!!!! I bet the kids love that!!!

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  7. What a creative project! I love it and can't wait to check it out :)

    Erin
    Tales From Room 112

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  8. This packet looks amazing... and those pumpkins are darling! How creative are they?

    Hope you have a chance to stop by my blog sometime this week.
    Cindy
    Granny Goes to School

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  9. I so want to do this! Thanks for sharing the pictures

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