Reading Fair Projects Part 3

I thought I’d show off a few more reading fair projects from our district reading fair last month.  If you’re looking for more great reading fair project inspiration, please be sure and check out the Part 1 and Part 2 posts!

 

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Ziggy and the Black Dinosaurs- The Buried Bones Mystery

 

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Rock of Ages

 

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Flat Stanley- Stanley In Space

 

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I, Amber Brown

 

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Violet In Bloom

 

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Pirate School

 

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Katie Kazoo Switcheroo- Who’s Afraid of Fourth Grade?

 

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Amber Brown Is Not A Crayon

(I’m often asked exactly HOW we have our school reading fair. For more information, see this post.)


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    Mandy, I can’t recall – how much time did the kids have to make these projects. Were they completely done at home? Just curious since it brought me back to the projects I had my kids do.
    Beth @ TheAngelForever recently posted..Tuesday Tales – Hunger Games Mania

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      Hey Beth! I gave my kids a little over a month to do theirs. Not sure how much time these had, but my kids did all of their work at home. I wish we had more time to work on them in class, but our short 45 minutes together a few times a week is so jam-packed!

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    Do you have a sheet that you give the kids so they know what the criteria is? I would like to do this as a final 5th grade project in Spring. I love this idea! Krista Priest, Beech Elementary Librarian, Wichita, KS

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    Kristina Lew says:

    This is fantastic! I was also wondering if there was a task and rubric to go along with the book fair?