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Use your credit card or Paypal account. Save and reuse the resource forever. Print as many copies as you need for your students. Wanted Poster Book Report Projects: Your students will WANT to be creative and use their imaginations to complete this fun reading response activity.
Many teachers have used the idea of a wanted poster for a book report project for their students. Students enjoy trying to think up a crime or something that the main character did that would make him or her wanted by the police.
I have found that many of these one page versions of wanted posters did not have much space for a written response, and usually the largest area on the worksheet was for an illustration. Instead of a traditional and boring one page worksheet, I have designed an extra large four template wanted poster book report project.
Three of the templates contain fun creative writing responses and students draw a picture of the main character on the fourth template. If you have used this activity before with your students, I am sure that you will find that your students will have fun and enjoy completing these larger and more detailed graphic organizers even more!
Your students will have fun using their imaginations to think up a crime that their characters have committed. For this assignment, students write about: The finished wanted poster project measures 12 inches in width and 18 inches in height see example on the right.
Everything that you need to complete these wanted book report projects is included in this set of teaching resources. All that you will need is scissors, glue, tape, and coloring pencils.
There are 15 printable worksheets and template pages in this set, as well as a 5 page color bulletin board display banner. In addition, this set of reading resources includes 4 reading posters with a wanted theme that can be used as accent pieces for your classroom bulletin board display.
Traditionally, requiring students to write about the main character of a book is a task that most students find quite boring. By using these extra large wanted posters, your students will WANT to complete these fun book report projects!
Wanted Book Report Project Videos Watch this short video to learn more about this fun book report project: You can select the version U.
This set of teaching resources includes assembling directions on how to prepare and assemble this wanted poster book report project. Below is an example of the assembling directions worksheet.
A book report grading rubric is included in this set of teaching resources. I believe that it is important for students to evaluate their own work, so my book report rubric contains an assessment section for both students and teachers. When students evaluate their book report projects, they color in the faces on their grading rubric worksheets.Jan 26, · Wanted Poster Book Report Projects: Your students will WANT to be creative and use their imaginations to complete this fun book report project.
My extra larg. Wanted Poster Turn your picture into a "wanted" poster. You can use the poster graphic to personalize a website or blog, use it as a MSN display image, or email it to your friends. Find this Pin and more on Fun Book Report Projects and Templates by Unique Teaching Resources.
Runde's Room: Paper Bag Characterization Students choose items important to a book's main character, put them in a decorated bag then make a presentation to the class. 25+ Extra Large Book Report Templates: These “one of a kind” book report projects will help you to engage your students in FUN reading activities this school year.
They create a wanted poster to show some fault of the character. Rubric included. Downloads. Wanted Poster Book Report. Subject. English Language Arts. Grade Levels. 5 th, 6 th, 7 th, 8 th. Resource Type.
Worksheets, Projects. Product Rating. Biography Report: Fill-In Poster SEE INSIDE Students will enjoy sharing what they have learned about a famous person using this interesting and varied worksheet.