Activities for Any Book

  • Create a museum.
  • Act out a scene.
  • Write a rap/poem/song.
  • Have a talk show with the characters from the book.
  • Put a character on trial.
  • Hold a debate.
  • Make a story quilt.
  • Compare and contrast the book with other books.
  • Make a mural.
  • Make a map of significant story locations.
  • Create diorama.
  • Write a newspaper article.
  • Predict where the characters will be in the future.
  • Find out more about the author on the Internet.
  • Make an advertisement (poster, tv commercial, radio commercial) for the book.
  • Write a letter form one character to another.
  • Have a character write a Dear Abby letter detailing the problems he/she encounters.
  • Design a new cover for the book.
  • Write a sequel to the book.


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