Through an Artistic Lens
- Draw, paint or label a picture of your favorite scene or character.
- Use clay or model magic to sculpt a character, object or scene from the book.
- Create a collage that represents the book you read.
- Create a pop-up or flip-book version of your book.
- You can make one by hand.
- You can make an electronic version using ABCya animation. (Export to desktop and print frames.)
- What other ways can you use your artistic talents? (Use your favorite app to help you!)
Through a STEM Lens
- Use recycled materials to create a model of a character or object from the book.
- Make a timeline of the important events in the book
- Create a shoebox diorama of the setting of the book.
- Use what you learned this year about iMovie and create a movie trailer for a book you read.
- Create a 3D digital sculpture using Sculpturis. (You may need to create a screenshot to print your work.)
- Draw a picture on the computer of your favorite scene or character
- What other ways can you use your STEM talents?
Through a Writing Lens
- Write a Book Review. For a template, click here.
- Create an "all about" book, pamphlet, essay or feature article to share what you learned.
- Write a story with the same character
- Write three diary entries as if you were the character in the book.
- Create a Wordle about your book.
- What other ways can you use your writing talents?
Through a Social Lens
- Have an adult ask you questions. Answer them as the character. Bring a written copy of the interview to school.
- Get together with your friends and read the same book. Take a picture of your book club and write about what you discussed.
- Visit a setting in your text. Look through your character’s lens and explain how your experience compares to your character's.
- What other ways can you use your social talents?