Teachers are always looking for unique ways to assess comprehension of fiction books and novels they have read. Many teachers find traditional book report alternatives to be extremely helpful in getting students excited about reading. Sometimes students crave something a little bit different. Enter Cereal Box Book Reports!
A few years ago, I started using Cereal Box Book Reports as a Reading project. My students LOVED making them, I noticed a big difference in their engagement in the book report process, and they were so excited to share their final projects. We even left the finished products on display in the classroom!
Cereal Box Book Report Examples
Cereal names must correlate to the novels. These two projects were for the books Charlotte’s Web and Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. Students used a rubric to know the expectations for a high-quality project.
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