Assignments

Students are allowed to choose any assignment they wish to complete! Please see the chart below, as well as each individual grade's READING REQUIREMENT for additional information.


PRIMARY

Grades Preschool-2

Reading Log

PreK-2Summer Reading Log.pdf

Set goals! A great way to stay on track is to set goals.

Summer Reading Goals 1.docx



Intermediate

Grades 3-6

  • Dramatize: Write a script, create a music set, interview a character, or become a character from the author’s or a character’s perspective
  • Adobe Spark Video: Summarize the book, create a new ending, or explain the author's or a character's perspective
  • Create a comic book version of the book or a storyboard
  • Illustrate your favorite part of the book and write about why it is your favorite part
  • Create a character sketch and write a description of the character
  • Write a letter to a character
  • Write a letter to the author
  • Write a journal or diary entry as if you are a character in the book
  • Scrapbook
  • Write a book review

Fifty Alternatives to the Book Report

EJ0871Ideas.PDF

Set goals! A great way to stay on track is to set goals.

Summer Reading Goals 1.docx



Middle School

Grades 7 & 8

  • Dramatize: Write a script, create a music set, interview a character, or become a character from the author’s or a character’s perspective
  • Adobe Spark Video: Summarize the book, create a new ending, or explain the author's or a character's perspective
  • Create a comic book version of the book or a storyboard
  • Paper Slide Video: Draw and video a sequence, voice over as you video
  • Write a letter to the author or a character
  • Keep a double entry journal
  • Rewrite the ending of the book or write a sequel chapter that happens after the book ends
  • Rewrite the story from a different character’s point of view
  • Other (see Fifty Alternatives to the Book Report below)

Fifty Alternatives to the Book Report

EJ0871Ideas.PDF

Double Entry Journal Template

Double Entry Journal.docx


high school

Grades 9-12

  • Create a Podcast: a documentary of the book, create a mock-interview of the author or a character, write an opinion or argument (Op-ed article)
  • Create a comic book version of the book or a storyboard
  • Use a program like iMovie, iBook, or Adobe Spark to create a representation of the book
  • Keep a double entry journal
  • Write a compare and contrast essay
  • Other (see Fifty Alternatives to the Book Report below)

Fifty Alternatives to the Book Report

EJ0871Ideas.PDF

Double Entry Journal Template

Double Entry Journal.docx