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Participants create a reading fair project by making a tri-fold display board with information about a specific book. The board information typically includes the title, author, characters, setting, summary, conflict, re... More »

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Creating storyboard displays and dressing up as characters from books make engaging reading fair projects for elementary school children. Older children may wish to create a diorama or organize a story hour for younger s... More »

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Good reading fair projects can be novel-length fiction such as "The Maze of Bones" from the 39 Clues series or a short story such as "The Princess and the Pea." Non-fiction such as "Girls Who Looked Under Rocks: The Live... More »

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Scholastic Reading Counts helps students by assessing their reading level, tailoring reading lists to their reading level and evaluating their progress through a computerized comprehension quiz each time they finish a bo... More »

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The Accelerated Reader book reading levels represent the difficulty of the text in a book and are equal to grade levels from one to 11. Additionally, the decimal numerals of an AR reading level pinpoint the number of mon... More »

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An anatomy project can display well-researched information pertaining to an interesting question about human anatomy and physiology, such as "Why do people cry?" or "Does stress increase a person's chances of catching a ... More »

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The information placed on a science fair board should convey the hypothesis, scope, and outcome of a science project and show all the steps performed by the project owner. The science fair board is traditionally displaye... More »