Your students will love this creative and fun alternative to a book report when they design a food truck for a character from a book. They’ll use text evidence and descriptive writing. You’ll love that it’s the checklist means students can work independently. No prep and editable.
Banish boring book reports with this fun book project. Lots of student choice while students continue to practice identifying text evidence and justify why this food truck is perfect for this character.
This is what you get:
- totally editable
- student directions
- check list so students can work at their own pace
- questions to consider about why this is the right type of food truck for the character
- menu form and prompts
- template for food truck that includes a truck students can design
- template includes space for students to write a description for the truck
- editable rubric
- answer key
- sample finished product
This makes such a fun bulletin board or hallway display. Your students won’t even realize they’re practicing locating text evidence and practicing descriptive writing skills.
Why you’ll love this:
- ready to use
- perfect for the end of the year, before break, or an alternative to a traditional book report
- great project for book clubs to work on at the end of a novel study
- no prep
Ways to use this fun activity: