Pumpkin Book Reports

Pumpkin book reports

My students were assigned their pumpkin book reports two weeks ago. I must say, I am AMAZED at how they turned out. Every single student did theirs, and they worked SO hard!

We used Hope King’s product for Trick or Treating book reports!

Here is a huge photo collection of all the pumpkins, and some from the other classrooms!

For Your Viewing Pleasure

Nate the Great
Nate the Great
Silverlicious/Pinkalicious
Olivia
Silverlicious/Pinkalicious
Silverlicious/Pinkalicious
Don't Let Pigeon Ride the Bus
Don’t Let Pigeon Ride the Bus
Snow White
Snow White (the makeup got very smudged, haha!)
Pete the Cat
Pete the Cat
The Polar Express (train)
The Polar Express (train)
Do Not Open This Book!
Do Not Open This Book! (monkey)
Super Diaper Baby
Super Diaper Baby
The Skeleton in the Closet
The Skeleton in the Closet
Pete the Cat
Pete the Cat
If You Take a Mouse to the Movies
If You Take a Mouse to the Movies (or any other of the mouse series)
Bear Feels Scared
Bear Feels Scared
Fly Guy!
Fly Guy Pumpkin Book Report
Interrupting Chicken
Interrupting Chicken
Star Wars/Yoda pumpkin
That's Yoda sitting inside a pumpkin
Star Wars/Yoda pumpkin
That’s Yoda sitting inside a pumpkin
Cat in the Hat
Cat in the Hat
Fancy Nancy (with a pink tutu)
Fancy Nancy (with a pink tutu)
Diary of a Wimpy Kid
Diary of a Wimpy Kid
Skippyjon Jones
Skippyjon Jones
Grover
Grover
Fly Guy &
Clifford
Fly Guy &
Clifford
If You Give a Mouse a Cookie &
We Are in a Book
If You Give a Mouse a Cookie &
We Are in a Book
Biscuit!
Biscuit! 
Jingle All the Way doggy
Arthur
Olivia
Jingle All the Way doggy
Arthur
Olivia
Olivia
Skippyjon Jones
Olivia
Skippyjon Jones
Splat the Cat & 
Another Fly Guy
Splat the Cat & 
Another Fly Guy
Another Fly Guy
Another Fly Guy
Kitten
Kitten
Pete the Cat
Arthur
Put Me in the Zoo
Pete the Cat
Arthur
Put Me in the Zoo

View from the Hallway

And here are a couple of glances down our first grade hallway!! 110 pumpkins on display! Can you imagine how exciting this entire project was for the whole school? Everyone enjoying each other’s craftsmanship and so much many familiar favorites to talk about with each other.

That’s it, 110 Pumpkin Book Reports!

I hope you enjoyed seeing the results of this project as much as I did and appreciate all the hard work these students put in on their reading and creativity! For more Halloween-themed content like this, check out this post featuring my 10 Favorite Halloween Read Alouds!

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