The one included in my packet is a little different.
After we had filled out this graphic organizer, all we had to do was transfer the information over to a written paragraph.
After that, together we filled in the biography report form that I found on TPT right here, since I didn’t have time to make my own at that point.
(There is one now included in my Biography Graphic Organizer and Book Report/Lapbook.) For that particular graphic organizer, we just needed to find what he was most known for, when he lived, and five facts.
So I created an Easy Biography Graphic Organizer and Book Report Lapbook for them!
It turned out to be a GREAT way to introduce them to writing a first biography!So while my first graders were writing their insect reports (see last week’s post on that!) I needed to have my second graders working on their biographies. The biography reports were similar in format to the insect lapbook so that I could try to work with both groups at the same time.A Book Report is a summary of a book that you read.It usually consists of a few paragraphs describing the plot of the book, without giving major events away.Here is a graphic preview for all of the Book Report worksheets.Our Book Report worksheets are free to download and easy to access in PDF format.Many students become motivated when reading inspirational biographies about people that interest them.This biographical book report has the student write about a person's significant achievements, education, work facts, and basic summary of the person's life.Luckily, I had just enough for my ten second graders.If I had not had enough, it would have been fine to work in small groups, though!