Reading Fair Projects- 2013 Part 2

Things got a little busy last week, so I never got around to putting up part two of our district reading fair projects. 




The Princess and the Pea- As you can see, this was a first place winner.  I thought the use of the peas in the title was perfect and her bed….well, you just have to see the details:




Kitchen sponges!  Which, if you can see the cover in the first picture, was absolutely perfect!




Dog Breath:  The Horrible Trouble with Hally Tosis- Another first place winner in the division I judged (groups).  Loved all the bright colors!



Ladybug Girl- This was a second place winner in the first grade division.  Precious!




Copper Sun- This was a first place winner in one of the high school divisions.  I thought it was awesome.  It really had a lot of detail that you had to see in person and up close.




The Hunger Games-  I know this one placed, just can’t remember exactly what place.  I know as a librarian this is probably blasphemous to say, but I just never got into that book.  I couldn’t even finish the first one. I know.  However, this project is great!




Socks- Each time I looked at this reading fair board, I just smiled!  It was so cute!




How To Be A Girl In Just Ten Days-  I was crazy about this one, too!  Loved the little shopping bags and girly stuff glued onto the board.

I do have a a few more pictures, but I hate to overload a post with so many.  I’ll save them for another day.

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  1. 1

    WOW – they are all so creative and beautifully done!
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  2. 2

    They’re all amazing and everyone did a good job. I really like the Socks presentation board.

  3. 3
    Jennifer Cutler says:

    You have to make it to Chapter 11 in The Hunger Games! After that, it is incredible!! :)

  4. 4

    Hi! These look amazing! Did you work on these on class or was it a home project? Did you use a rubric or instruction sheet that you could share?

  5. 5

    Do you have a rubric?! I would love to do this with my classes!

  6. 7

    Hi Mandy! I tried clicking on the rubric link and it didn’t work :( Could you email it to me please? We are doing this project in 4th grade to display on open house night! Thank you!

  7. 12

    Does anyone have a rubric? I’d love to see how these were assessed. Thanks!

  8. 13

    The same thing happened to me when I clicked on the link. I would LOVE to have a copy of the rubric and getting set up for the Reading Fair. I was able to view it during the summer, but I didn’t have a printer available. Argh! Please email me with the information and THANK YOU for sharing!