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Library windows are just the place to share reviews of favorite books. Use Crayola® Washable Window Markers or Crayola Window Crayons to draw eye-catching book reports.
Students choose a favorite book or one they recently read. Have students talk about it with a friend. Without giving away any surprising plot points, share details about characters, settings, and action. What was the most exciting part of the book?
Use Crayola Erasable Colored Pencils to sketch a compelling scene that can be shared in a Big-as-Life Book Report. Place the book's title, author, and illustrator (if there is one) in the sketch as well. Include the student's name as the book reviewer.
Use Crayola Washable Window Markers or Crayola Window Crayons to draw life-size or larger-than-life-size scenes on the inside of library windows. Refer to the sketches. You might draw outlines of shapes, figures, and block letters with marker tips. Fill in large areas of color with the sides of the tip. Make the book report as convincing as possible for other potential readers.
Study the scenes drawn by other students. Which scenes are intriguing? What is it about those scenes that appeals to you? Discuss similar elements in the book scenes. Read something new!
Design an ad to convince classmates to read a wonderful book! Create a market for enthusiastic book reports.
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Decorate a box that describes a favorite book. Sculpt a character to jump right out of the story!
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