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Sandwich Book Report Project

Assembled Project Size:  Width = 7 inches  Height = 7 inches



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Sandwich Book Report Project Templates

This sandwich book report project is divided into 7 layers that are stapled together to form a flip book.

  1. Top Bread: Title, author, genre, and illustration
  2. Tomato: Setting
  3. Onion: Characters
  4. Lettuce: Problem
  5. Cheese: Story Climax
  6. Meat: Solution and Conclusion
  7. Bottom Bread: Favorite Part & Illustration
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Sandwich Book Report
Project Templates:

Teaching Resources Set

Sandwich book report project templates: bread, tomato, onion, lettuce, cheese, and meat


What's Included?



Sandwich Book Report Project Elementary School Students

Sandwich Book Report Projects: Your students will be anxious to be chefs and create a delicious sandwich filled with information about all the key elements of the books that they have read.

These sandwich shaped graphic organizers will provide you with all of the teaching resources that you need for your students to write about the important "layers" of their books. Each layer of the book is a different layer in this sandwich book report project.

Traditionally, requiring students to write about the main elements of a story is a task most students find quite boring. By using this uniquely shaped book report that contains sandwich graphic organizers, your students will be hungry and enthusiastic to start this delicious reading project!

Sandwich Book Report Projects Templates and Worksheets

This uniquely shaped book report project contains seven worksheet templates for the different layers of this sandwich project. The 7 layers are stapled together to form a sandwich flip book (see examples above.)

Sandwich Book Report Templates and Measurements

Each layer of this sandwich book report project is approximately 7 inches in height and 7 inches in width (see example on the left.)

Everything that you need to complete these sandwich book report projects is included in this set of teaching resources. All that you will need is scissors, glue, a stapler, and coloring pencils.

There are 19 printable worksheets and template pages in this set of reading resources, as well as a 5 page color bulletin board display banner.

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

In addition, this set of reading resources includes 8 accent pieces in the shape of a piece of bread that can be used as accent pieces for your classroom bulletin board display.

Note:  Due to spelling differences in English (Examples: color/colour and favorite/favourite), there are two separate sets of worksheets and templates included in this set of teaching resources.

You can select the version (U.S. or U.K. spelling rules) that contains the spelling that is used in the country where you live. 

The worksheets and templates that are shown on this page use U.S. spelling rules.

Assembling Directions:

This set of teaching resources includes assembling directions on how to prepare and assemble this sandwich book report project.

Below is an example of the assembling directions worksheet.

Sandwich Book Report Projects Assembling Directions

Grading Rubric:

Sandwich Book Report Projects Elementary School Girl

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

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.

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.

Below is an example of my sandwich book report grading rubric.

First Draft Worksheets:

Fun Sandwich Book Reports for Elementary School Students

I believe that the writing process is important and that teachers should use process writing whenever possible.

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

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

This sandwich book report project is divided into 7 writing sections:

  1. Top Layer of Bread: Title, author, genre, student name, date, and illustration
  2. Tomato: Setting
  3. Onion: Characters
  4. Lettuce: Problem
  5. Cheese: Story Climax
  6. Meat: Solution and Conclusion
  7. Bottom Layer of Bread: My Favorite Part and Illustration
Sandwich Book Report Worksheets

This set of teaching resources contains 3 printable worksheets for students to write their first drafts on.

On my first draft worksheets, I have designed the writing line spaces to match the spaces allotted on the final draft sandwich templates.

First Draft Worksheet #1: Students write the title, author, and genre of the book. This information is written in the top layer of the bread.

Students write about the setting of the book in the tomato template and they describe the main and minor characters in the onion template.

Sandwich Book Report Projects Worksheet:  Setting, Main Character, and Minor Characters

First Draft Worksheet #2: Students write about the problem, complication, or challenge that the main character must solve or overcome in the lettuce template.

Next, students write about the story climax in the cheese template.

Sandwich Book Report Projects Worksheet:  Problem, Plot, and Story Climax

First Draft Worksheet #3: Students write about the solution and conclusion of the book in the meat template.

Finally, students write about their favorite part of the story in the bottom bread template.

Sandwich Book Report Projects Worksheet:  Problem, Plot, and Story Climax

Black and White Sandwich Templates:

Sandwich in Hands

This book report project contains 7 templates that are stapled together at the top to form a sandwich flip book.

The finished sandwich book report project includes 7 sandwich layers and each layer of the sandwich is approximately 7 inches in height and 7 inches in width.

Sandwich Book Report Projects Bread Templates and WorksheetsTop Layer of Bread Template: Title, Author, Genre, and Illustration
Sandwich Book Report ProjectsTomato Templates and Worksheets for SettingTomato Template: Setting
Sandwich Book Report Projects Onion Templates and Worksheets for CharactersOnion Template: Main and Minor Characters
Sandwich Book Report Projects Lettuce Templates and Worksheets for ProblemLettuce Template: Problem
Sandwich Book Report Projects Cheese Templates and Worksheets for Plot and Story ClimaxCheese Template: Story Climax
Sandwich Book Report Projects Meat Templates and Worksheets for Solution and ConclusionMeat Template: Solution and Conclusion
Sandwich Book Report Projects Bread Templates and Worksheets for My Favorite PartBottom Bread Template: Favorite Part and Drawing

Color Sandwich Templates:

Sandwich Book Report Examples of Finished Projects

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.

I always complete an example of this sandwich book report project before I introduce this assignment to my students.

Before my students begin writing their first drafts, I show them my finished sandwich project. This visual example immediately grabs my students' attention and they are excited to start working on this project from the very beginning. I have found that my students are engaged and use their best effort as they go through the steps of the writing process and complete this fun book report project.

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.

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

Book Report Project Templates Sandwich Examples
Book Report Project Templates Sandwich Ideas for Elementary School Students

Above: Sandwich Color Templates 
7 worksheets that are cut out and then
stapled together to form a sandwich flip book.

Free 5 Page Bulletin Board Display Banner:

Sandwich Book Report Project Teaching Resources

I know that it takes teachers a lot of time to design and assemble their classroom bulletin board displays.

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

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

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.

Sandwich Book Report Projects Bulletin Board Display Banner For Elementary Student Projects

Above: Sandwich Bulletin Board Banner
5 printable worksheets that are glued together
to form a long bulletin board display banner.

Free Bulletin Board Display Accent Pieces:

EXTRA GOODIES: I have created some sandwich themed accent pieces to assist you in decorating your bulletin board display featuring your students' finished sandwich projects.

I have designed 8 sandwich accent pieces that contain slogans written on them that promote reading.

  1. Our Sandwich Book Reports
  2. Read the Layers of Our Book Reports
  3. Snack on a Book Today!
  4. We are Hungry to Read Books!
  5. Take a Bite Into Literature!
  6. Our Book Reports are Yummy!
  7. Bite Into a Book Today!
  8. We Have an Appetite For Reading!
Fun Book Report Ideas and Examples for Sandwich Projects
Fun Book Report Projects and Ideas for Elementary School Students
Sandwich Book Report Project Ideas for Teachers
Ideas and Examples for Fun Sandwich Book Report Projects

I hope that these EXTRA GOODIES that are included in this set of teaching resources help save you time in decorating your sandwich bulletin board display.

Tall Sandwich Book Report Project Example of Layers

You will be able to design a colorful and dynamic classroom bulletin board display using your students' finished sandwich projects.

These sandwich 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.

The writing responses that are required of your students will make them think and write about the main elements of their books in a challenging and engaging way. In addition, this book report set includes sandwich themed accent pieces to assist you in decorating your bulletin board display.

I hope that your students will eagerly gobble up
this sandwich book report activity with enthusiasm!

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Sandwich Book Report Project

Assembled Project Size:  Width = 7 inches  Height = 7 inches



Sandwich Bulletin Board Display Banner
Sandwich Book Report Project Templates

This sandwich book report project is divided into 7 layers that are stapled together to form a flip book.

  1. Top Bread: Title, author, genre, and illustration
  2. Tomato: Setting
  3. Onion: Characters
  4. Lettuce: Problem
  5. Cheese: Story Climax
  6. Meat: Solution and Conclusion
  7. Bottom Bread: Favorite Part & Illustration
Click To Add To Cart

$4.99

You can read more detailed information about this resource by clicking ==> HERE.


Sandwich book report project templates: bread, tomato, onion, lettuce, cheese, and meat
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