On my first draft worksheets, I have designed the writing line spaces to match the spaces allotted on the final draft wanted poster book report templates.
This set of teaching resources includes assembling directions on how to prepare and assemble this wanted poster book report project. Below is an example of the assembling directions worksheet.
Below is an example of my wanted poster book report grading rubric.
EXTRA GOODIES: I have created some wanted poster themed accent pieces to assist you in decorating your bulletin board display featuring your students' finished wanted poster book report projects.
Wanted Poster Book Report Projects: Your students will WANT to be creative and use their imaginations to complete this fun book report project. My extra large Wanted Posters measure 18 x 12 inches after they have been assembled.
After reading a book, students write about their main characters and then think of a crime their character committed and why the character is now wanted by the police. Teachers can find more information about these lesson plans on Unique Teaching Resources at The wanted poster book reports that I have seen during my 22+ years of teaching are usually boring activities and short one page worksheets for students to write on. Wanted Poster Book Report Projects: Your students will WANT to be creative and use their imaginations to complete this fun reading response activity. To save you time in coloring your example that you show to your students, I have included color wanted poster templates in this teaching resources set. I display my finished wanted poster book report at the front of my classroom so that students can refer to it as they are completing their own wanted poster projects.