Each member of the group made a scene in their room from the story.
Then decorate like you would make a diorama, scenes from the book. It will then stand nicely on the table for display. Trioramas from Retta For our trioramas in grad class, we were put into groups of four and we picked out a story book.
If the report is not oral, create a large paper mache character from the story and once painted, use a permanent marker to write the characters, plot and setting information on the character itself.
Use technology to make a book report by creating a sales or travel brochure about the book using computer software.
Another newspaper idea is to write a letter to the editor as one of the main characters with a problem and seeking help.
Create an ABC book as the book report for a story by using a main idea, character or word about the story beginning with each letter of the alphabet.
Pretend the brochures advertises either the book or the setting in which the book takes place.
Another way to use technology is to create a slide show to describe the plot, characters and scenery of the book.
Trioramas are made from 9″ square construction paper. Then we attached each of the rooms – it ended up looking like a pyramid.
Should have about 7-8 pages to use for a book report project. Quadramas from Alice Pickel Quadramas are four trioramas put together. We colored and cut out characters leaving a tab to fold back and we glued these in so the characters and setting were all standing (looked very 3-D).