DID YOU FINISH READING A BOOK?
CHECK OUT THIS LIST OF OPTIONAL TASKS!
1. Design and make your own T-shirt—either design one on paper, or decorate an actual shirt!
2. Create a mobile of items related to the story.
3. Make “wanted” posters for characters in the book.
4. Make a new book jacket for the book.
5. Create a collage to represent the book.
6. Write a comic book version of your book.
7. Create a book in bag.
8. Write a letter to the author.
9. Write out an interview between you and a character.
10. Create a Ten Facts handout.
11. Create a board or card game about the book.
12. Draw and paint or color a portrait of a character.
13. Write diary entries that a character would write that include details about the story.
14. Create an illustrated timeline.
15. Create a diorama of a scene from the book.
16. Make a map of places where the story took place.
17. Create a sculpture of a character.
18. Illustrate three important scenes from the book.
19. Write a letter to the main character of your book.
20. Create a travel brochure for a book.
21. Send postcards from one of the characters to your teacher.
22. Create a book award.
23. Create a CD album booklet about the book.
24. Create a picture book version of your book.
25. Write a report card for a character in your book.
26. Write a new ending for the story or add an extra chapter.
27. Write a test about the book you read.
28. Create a sports trading card for a sports figure.
29. Create a Venn diagram to show similarities and differences between the main character and yourself.
Fiction (Realistic, Historical, Mystery); Biography or Autobiography
30. Make a PowerPoint presentation about your book.
31. Write a five paragraph report about your book.
Choose any three of the following and have a body paragraph for each. Then, write introductory and concluding paragraphs.
32. Make a book...about your book.
Your main goal for each of these options is to