One of the highlights of last week (besides the “mini ice event”) was our school district’s reading fair. I was really impressed with the projects from last year, but I was completely blown away by the amazing ones this year, too!
I had the pleasure of helping judge the group and family projects division this year and it was so much fun. Since I had such a great response from sharing last year’s reading fair projects, I’m going to post some I was really impressed with this year.
Pinkalicious- Pink Around The Rink- This one took first place in the third grade division. It was adorable and totally depicted what the book was about.
Arthur and the Big Snow- This is a story board that also took first place, but I can’t remember which grade level it was.
Keena Ford and the Secret Journal Mix-Up
Drizzle- This project took first place in the 4th and 5th grade division. It was something you really had to see to appreciate. That huge umbrella actually turns around! I loved it so much that I can’t wait to read this book. To me, being able to make someone want to read the book is a sign of a great reading fair project!
David Goes To School- I just love the little “David” books by David Shannon. I believe this was one of the first grade projects.
Pinocchio- This one took first place in one of the lower grade divisions.
I have a few more to share and I will do that later in the week. There were just so many great looking storyboards that I had to take a ton of pictures.