Invent a name for the cereal that is related to the title of the book and sounds like a cereal. Step 1 Take the package of cereal out of the box and place it in a plastic container. You will probably want to create the cover before gluing it on your box.
Do not use the exact title of the book. You can use the attached template or do this is your own way. Things You Will Need. Step 3 Create a cereal title for the front of the box that gives the readers an idea of what the book was about. Students will decorate a real cereal box with illustrations and information related to the book they read using the directions below.
For example, if you are doing a report on a boy who survived in the forest, you might title your cereal "Wilderness Crunch.
Write a summary that describes the main problem and the solution of the book. Choose a shape for the cereal as well as colors and ingredients that all relate to the book.
Your prize must be something the main character could have used in the book or something that reminds you of the main character. For example, if your book was about an Indiana Jones type character, you might have " percent action, 40 percent humor, 10 percent drama, percent suspense.
Students will share their project by doing a minute commercial for their cereal. Use a piece of white or light colored paper to cover the front of your cereal box.
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. Step 5 Write "Ingredients" on one side of the cereal box, and list things that happened in your book -- period, setting, characters, problems and resolutions.
Include the name of the cereal and a picture. For example, if your book was about a boy surviving in the forest, you might come up with a plastic knife and fork. Design a game that is based on the story. Optional Cereal boxes often include a prize. Over the next several weeks, students will read their self-selected book and create a cereal box book report at home.
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. Step 10 Place your name on the bottom of the box.
The maximum number of stars would be 5.Cereal Box Book Reports Students used cereal boxes to represent a book report. They included information about the characters, setting, a summary, etc.
They turned out so cute! The students and I were very proud of their work!
Second Grade Shenanigans at AM. Email This BlogThis! Mar 25, · Cereal Box Book Reports Everyone did a fantastic job on their book reports. I am proud of all your hard work and effort!
Posted by Mrs The Siravo's. About Me. Mrs. Siravo Welcome! My name is Nichole Siravo and I will be your child's second grade teacher.
I received both my undergrad and Masters in Education from Bowling Green. Mrs. Brott's Second Grade Class. Here you will find copies of all the papers that came home with your child today about the cereal box book report.
Cereal Box Book Project Students should select a fictional chapter book. Over the next several weeks, students will read their self-selected book and create a cereal box book report at home. Cereal Box Book Report Students will decorate a real cereal box with the illustrations and information related to the book they so a copy of the rubric that will be used to grade the book report has been attached.
FRONT OF BOX: Use a piece of white or light colored paper to cover the front of your cereal box. Book reports are important for improving a child's writing skills and reading comprehension, and they also get the child familiar with the concept of a deadline.
Generally, the hard part is getting children excited about doing book reports. A cereal box book report is one way to encourage enthusiasm.Download