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Game Board Book Report Projects:
What's Included?

Monopoly Game Board Book Report Projects blue bullet point Game Board Book Report Projects: Do you want an exciting and challenging book report project idea for your students that also involves them designing a game about their books?

blue bullet point These game board shaped graphic organizers will provide you with all of the teaching resources that you need for your students to create property names and trivia cards for a game based on their books.

blue bullet point This fun book report project will involve your students in creating 22 property names and 15 question and answer trivia cards. I have designed the templates for this project to be similar to the popular board game Monopoly.

blue bullet point The written responses that are required of students for this project will make them have to think about their characters and settings in a whole new way! When these unique book report projects are completed, your students can have fun playing each others' games before you display them on your classroom bulletin board.

Game Board Book Report Projects:  Bulletin Board Display

Above: Elementary Classroom Bulletin Board Display of Game Board Book Report Projects

blue bullet point This uniquely shaped book report project contains four worksheet templates that assemble into a game board. The finished game board project measures 15 inches in width and 12 inches in height. (see example below.)

Monopoly Game Board Book Projects Templates for Elementary School Students

blue bullet point Everything that you need to complete these game board book report projects is included in this set of teaching resources. All that you will need is scissors, glue, tape, and coloring pencils.

blue bullet point There are 20 printable worksheets and template pages in this set of reading resources, as well as a 5 page color bulletin board display banner.

blue bullet point These finished game board book report projects will make a colorful and dynamic bulletin board display of your students' work.

blue bullet point Traditionally, requiring students to write questions and answers about a story is a task most students find quite boring. By using this creative book report project idea that contains Monopoly style graphic organizers, your students will be anxious to roll the dice and play each others' fun game board book reports!



Game Board Book Report Projects
What's Included?

blue bullet point This set of teaching resources includes assembling directions on how to prepare and assemble this game board book report project. Below is an example of the two assembling directions worksheets.


Game Board Book Report Projects: Directions for assembling templates



blue bullet point A book report grading rubric is included in this set of teaching resources.

Monopoly Example of Game Board Book Report Project blue bullet point I believe that it is important for students to evaluate their own work, so my book report rubric contains an assessment section for both students and teachers.

blue bullet point When students evaluate their book report projects, they color in the faces on their grading rubric worksheets. When a teacher evaluates the projects, the teacher circles the small numbers inside each box on the printable worksheets.

blue bullet point Below is an example of my game board book report grading rubric.


Game Board Book Report Projects Grading Rubric



Monopoly Ideas for Fun Book Report Projects blue bullet point I believe that the writing process is important and that teachers should use process writing whenever possible.

blue bullet point For this reason, my students never begin their book report projects by writing on their final draft game board templates, instead they write on first draft worksheets.

blue bullet point Next, my students edit and revise their written work on their own, with a partner, or in individual writing conferences with me.

blue bullet point For this game board book report project students complete the following tasks:

  • Choose 22 property titles based on the settings and characters in the book
  • Write 15 questions
  • Write 15 answers to the questions

Game Board Dice blue bullet point Due to spelling differences in English, there are two separate sets of teaching resources for the printable worksheets and final draft game board templates.

blue bullet point You can select the version that contains the spelling that is used in the country that you live in. (Examples: color / colour and favorite / favourite)



Rolling Dice blue bullet point This set of teaching resources contains three printable worksheets for students to write their first drafts on.

blue bullet point First Draft Worksheet #1: Students write the title, author, and genre of the book.

blue bullet point Students choose 22 property titles based on the settings and characters in their books and write them in the boxes on the first draft worksheet.


Game Board Book Report Projects First Draft Printable Worksheets

blue bullet point First Draft Worksheets #2 and #3: Students write 15 questions and answers based on the characters and plot of their books.


Monopoly Game Board Book Report Question and Answers



Example of Board Game Book Report Project Templates blue bullet point This book report project contains 4 templates that are cut out and glued together to form a game board that measures 15 inches in width and 12 inches in height.

blue bullet point Inside the two stars, students draw and color pictures of their favorite parts of the book.


Below: Game Board Black and White Templates
(4 printable worksheets that are cut out and then glued together to form a game board.)


Game Board Book Report Projects, Templates, and Worksheets

blue bullet point This game board book report set includes 15 Trivia Cards, 4 cards are shown are below.

blue bullet point Students write their questions on the front of the cards and their answers on the back of the cards.

Monopoly Game Board Trivia Cards


Children Playing Monopoly Game Board Book Reports blue bullet point When I am first introducing my students to a new book report project, I believe that it is important for them to have a visual example of what a completed project looks like.

blue bullet point I always complete an example of this game board book report project before I introduce this assignment to my students.

blue bullet point Before my students begin writing their first drafts, I show them my finished game board project. This visual example immediately grabs my students' attention and they are excited to start working on this project from the very beginning.

blue bullet point My students also enjoy hearing about the book that I chose to do my book report project on. This is also a wonderful opportunity to share a book that I would like to encourage my students to read.

blue bullet point To save you time in coloring your example that you show to your students, I have included color game board templates in this teaching resources set. I display my finished game board book report at the front of my classroom so that students can refer to it as they are completing their own projects.

blue bullet point Since this project is time consuming to complete a teacher example of, I have included a completed version of my example using the book Matilda by Roald Dahl.


Below: Game Board Color Templates
(4 printable worksheets that are cut out and then glued together to form a game board.)

Fun Monopoly Game Board Book Report Project Worksheets and Templates Matilda Roald Dahl

Monopoly Game Board Trivia Cards for Matilda by Roald Dahl


Board Game Dice blue bullet point I know that it takes teachers a lot of time to design and assemble their classroom bulletin board displays.

blue bullet point Many teachers spend their valuable time cutting out large display letters or making a banner at home on their own computers.

blue bullet point In order to help save you time in assembling a bulletin board display featuring your students' game board projects, I have designed a 5 page banner that is included for free in this set of teaching resources.


blue bullet point If you have access to a laminating machine, I recommend that you laminate your banner so that it will be more durable and you can use it again in the future.


Below: Game Board Bulletin Board Banner
(5 printable worksheets that are glued together to form a bulletin board display banner.)

Game Board Book Report Projects Bulletin Board Banner



Designing Monopoly Board Game Book Report Projects blue bullet point You will be able to design a colorful and dynamic classroom bulletin board display using your students' finished game board book report projects.

blue bullet point These game board graphic organizers are a unique and fun way to get your students excited about completing a writing assignment about the books that they have read. Your students will enjoy thinking up unique property titles for their games, as well as writing challenging questions about their books.

blue bullet point My students have enjoyed playing each others' games when they have finished these game board book report projects.

blue bullet point We keep these finished game boards in the classroom all year long. When students finish reading a book that another student has designed a game for, they can play the game that was created for that specific book.

blue bullet point This is a great activity for students to do when they have finished their work early, and it doesn't involve you creating a game for each novel. I hope that your students enjoy creating and playing these game board book report projects!


Game Board Book Report Projects Bridge To Terebithia

Above is an example of a student's finished book report project for
The Bridge to Teribithia by Katherine Paterson.
(Please note that I have made a few updates and improvements to these
templates since I last had my students complete this book report project.)


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Templates For Fun Book Report Projects For Elementary School Teachers

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