This is the front of my 9-year-old son, T's, cereal box. He named his cereal "Battle Krunch." (I didn't even notice the misspelling until I was actually taking this picture). (smile)
My 8-year-old daughter, K, did her book report and then wanted to make a commercial of it. She's a typical over-achiever elementary little girl.
When the children were reading "Meet George Washington" I knew my son would love this book because he has been fascinated by George Washington for a couple years now! His Dad has told him all sorts of interesting information about when Washington was a soldier. I had a few proud Mommy moments when T read MORE than was assigned each day! But then the TRUTH came out. He was reading MORE so he would read the book faster than his sister. He did say he thought it was a good book. Boys - they're so competitive. He cracks me up!
We've had a lot of fun with book reports this year, and I have been so thankful for all the wonderful ideas I find around the world wide web. One place I go to a lot is Jimmie's Collage. Jimmie has a NEW blog called The Notebooking Fairy in addition to her regular blog. Her new blog is all about wonderful notebook pages (if you couldn't tell by the title). You should check it out! It is fun! I was really excited to find these postcard notebook pages!