One of my fondest memories as a child was creating book reports and sharing my favorite books with my classmates.
I like to encourage my children to be creative and have FUN after reading their own independent books or ones that I assign for their school work.
For some of these ideas, my children do the book reports on books we read during our read a louds.
21 Creative and FUN Ideas for Book Reports
- Make a diorama – these still my children’s favorite
- Create a book jacket – different than the original
- Present an oral book report – dress up as your favorite character
- Make a poster – pretend your book is going to be made into a movie
- Write the author a letter – state why or why not you liked the book
- Illustrate and design a comic book
- Make a mobile – create your favorite scene
- Create a timeline – include the important topics
- Create a magazine ad for the book
- Make a board game
- Put together a Power Point Presentation
- Write a letter to a friend informing them why they should read the book
- Make a bookmark of your favorite chapter
- Create a wordsearch – use vocabulary words in the book
- Make a crossword puzzle – let someone who’s read the book work the puzzle
- Make a memory game – use index card with vocabulary words
- Outline your favorite chapter
- Interview someone who lived in the time of the setting or has experienced the plot
- Make a True or False quiz – have someone take the quiz who has read the book
- Make a lapbook – use these templates
- Create a Poem
Here a few of our favorite books!
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Do you require your children to do book reports?