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Design an ad to convince classmates to read a wonderful book! Create a market for enthusiastic book reports.
Students read a book independently. Have students break into small groups to talk about the characters, plot, setting, writing style, and other elements.
With Crayola® Erasable Colored Pencils, students make a list of the most appealing features of the book. What characters seem most real? Which events are exciting? How can they convince their classmates to read this book?
Students create an advertisement for the book using Crayola Markers on a large sheet of paper. Choose colors, words, and images to communicate ideas that will appeal to classmates. Include the book's title and author's name. Draw fascinating scenes or characters. Write phrases or sentences on the poster to build up the book.
Display the finished ads around the classroom. Students read their classmates ads and choose one of their books to read.
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