PinK K Shares Peeeeee-yew! I can do the same popping magic trick with a cheapo plain brown paper bag.
Tuesday, March 26, Oooo Paper Bag Book Report I'm playing a little catch up on some activities we did last week in the classroom.
If you read all the way until the end, you might have a chance to win something! First I gave everyone a foot and they had to tell me if the word should go under "foot" or "noon.
I only got a picture of the messy one. We laid the papers out in the hall to dry. When we walked by later, that student said "Oh, you can totally tell which one is mine.
Does that ever happen to you? The other first grade teacher approached me last week about having the students complete a book report at home. She thought a paper bag book report would be perfect for the firsties to get their feet wet in the world of book reports.
I spent my Sunday morning putting together this packet well, at least a couple of hours. Students have to write the title, author, and illustrator on the front of the bag.
They have the option to draw and color the same cover of the book or think of their own. On one side of the bag, students list the characters of the book.
And on the other side, students should list the setting of the story. The summary of the book goes on the back. Students should pick 3 items that represent the characters, setting or events of the book and place them inside the bag.
I uploaded the packet to TPT this morning, so be sure to check it out! I also included an option if you wanted your students to put 5 items in the bag. There's a rubric for easy grading too! Click the picture to go to my TPT store. Do you have your students complete book reports?
What do you usually have the students do?This clever book report is made from ordinary paper bags. Stack the paper bags on top of each other, fold in half, and staple the closed off ends of the bags together.
Students can write, draw, and decorate on the paper bag pages. Feb 28, · First grade students use Shadow Puppet Edu to give a book report/ retell a story. Aug 26, · First Grade. Reading & writing. Make a Paper Bag Book. Activity. Make a Paper Bag Book (10 ratings) For children who love to read and write, and even for those who may struggle, authoring a book is an exciting opportunity.
A small paper bag (without handles - a brown paper lunch bag works great for this project)/5(9). We have a monthly book project and my first one is a paper bag.
Since it's the first one, they just put items in the bag for setting, problems, character, etc. I like your idea which just centers on the character.
Trick or Treat Book Reports I have created a Trick or Treat Book Report resource just for you 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. BOOK IN A BAG BOOK REPORT A “Book in a Bag” is a book report contained in a brown paper bag. The purpose of the outside of the bag is to interest a classmate to want to read your book. The inside of your bag should include items that you will be able to use. We have a monthly book project and my first one is a paper bag. Since it's the first one, they just put items in the bag for setting, problems, character, etc. I like your idea which just centers on the character.
Recently, we started a Brown Bag Book Club where we have discussions twice a week sharing popcorn in our "brown bag". Using a list of questions to start discussions, the students have taken off!
As we near the end of first grade, they are reading for enjoyment and look forward to the sacred time we have allotted for our Book Club. The Brown Bag Teacher. Teach the Children. Love the Children. Change the World.
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