After the wonderful reading fair we had at the school 2 weeks ago, the district reading fair was this past Friday and…WOW! I was so amazed by the creative story boards these kids came up with. I am SO glad I did not have to judge this one because it was tough. They were ALL so great! I thought I’d post a few more pics and will probably save the rest for later on in the week. I took a ton of pictures at this reading fair….be warned! Ha!
This Franny K. Stein project won in the 4th and 5th grade division. I wish you could see the detail that went into this robot and the rest of the props with it. It was the most incredible reading fair project I had ever seen!
Freckle Juice won the third grade division, and rightly so…super cute and you can tell they worked hard on this one.
I think Chocolate Fever placed second in the 3rd grade division. Do you see what I mean when I say it was a tough decision?
The Giving Tree project won the K-3 Family Division. I thought it was pretty great, too.
Pinkalicious is one of my favorite children’s books, so I was thrilled to see this project!
These projects were all on the elementary level. I had 5 students from my school participate and they all took third place. I was still so proud of them considering the tough competition they were up against. It gave them some great ideas and inspiration for next year.
(I’m often asked exactly HOW we hold our book fair at school. For more details please see this post.)