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Matchbook Chapter Summaries for Novel Studies. This project is so simple, and you can do it with any novel. This example is for Where the Red Fern Grows.

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An Amazon Listing Cumulative Novel Project!

An Amazon Listing Cumulative Novel Project! Students make their own book listing for a novel they have read. They write a summary, select important quotes, write a review, and more! Meaningful, engaging, and a fabulous assessment piece. FREE assignment sheet download.

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I would love to do these story wheels for comprehension of a book. Perhaps this would be in my library as an activity to do after finishing a book or when finished early with another task. I would love to have these hanging all over my library area showing not only how much my kids love to read but that they comprehend what they are reading too.

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Character Body Book Report Projects: templates, printable worksheets, and grading rubric

Students have fun creating these "Main Character - Body Book Report Projects." Students design the character's body and then glue the writing templates inside the vest area and descriptive adjectives on the outside of the body. For more information about this project, visit this page: http://www.uniqueteachingresources.com/character-body-book-report.html

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Matchbook Chapter Summaries for Novel Studies (Got to Teach!)

Here's a super simple and fun project that you can have your students complete during your next novel study.  I call them "Matchbook Summaries," for lack of a better term, and they require little prep

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Guided Reading L.O.V.E.

Guided Reading L.O.V.E. These Guided Reading activities are easy to implement, interactive, and can be used over and over again using a variety of texts! Check out this blog post to crank it up a notch in your reading groups!

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