One of the highlights of last week (besides the “mini ice event”) was our school district’s reading fair. I was really impressed with the elementary school reading fair projects from last year, but I was completely blown away by the amazing ones this year, too!
I had the pleasure of helping judge the group and family reading fair projects division this year and it was so much fun. Since I had such a great response from sharing last year’s elementary school reading fair projects, I’m going to post some I was really impressed with this year.
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL READING FAIR PROJECTS THAT ROCK!
Pinkalicious- Pink Around The Rink– This one took first place in the third grade division. It was adorable and totally depicted what the book was about.
Arthur and the Big Snow– This is a story board that also took first place, but I can’t remember which grade level it was.
Keena Ford and the Secret Journal Mix-Up
Drizzle– This project took first place in the 4th and 5th grade division. It was something you really had to see to appreciate. That huge umbrella actually turns around! I loved it so much that I can’t wait to read this book. To me, being able to make someone want to read the book is a sign of a great reading fair project!
David Goes To School– I just love the little “David” books by David Shannon. I believe this was one of the first grade projects.
Pinocchio– This one took first place in one of the lower grade divisions.
I have a few more to share and I will do that later in the week. There were just so many great looking storyboards that I had to take a ton of pictures.
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