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Final Book Groups of the Year!

June 2012

We finished up our Spring Book groups with final projects!

 

The TLC middles had a great time in their book group lead by a new teacher on Swan's Island. It was really fun having new kids in this group and a new teacher (who just happens to be a really cool GUY) lead it. Some of the kids made super awesome comic strips for their final book group projects that included the major plot lines, characters, climax, and resolution of the book... coooool!

 

The youngers had a great final meeting with their kindergarten book group! They LOVED reading Charlotte's Web together! What a great story and a great bunch of kids to appreciated it.

 

The final book group with the olders was awesome! They created some fabulous final projects to share about the major themes of the crazy novel "Going Bovine!"

 

The 8th grader at the Ashley Bryan School made a really awesome "movie poster" that illustrates many of the main characters along with major themes of the book like love and friendship.

 

Monhegan's 8th grader designed this detailed cover for the book that mimics on of the famous posters for Star Wars. He actually then wrote a narrative comparing and contrasting the major themes and plot lines of Star Wars and this novel... it was pretty cool.

 

Another member of our group made this AWESOME stop animation film that focused one of the major events on the book! It was so funny and creative. What talented kids we have!

 

Thanks for another great round of book groups! They are always a highlight of our work with the TLC!

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