Table of Contents.
Table of Figures.
About the Author.
Directions for Using This Book.
1: Think Outside the Box and Have Fun While Doing It!.
2: Bag Tags: Great for Displays!.
3: Banners: Create Colorful Bulletin Boards and Displays!.
4: Building Blocks: See What You and Your Students Can Construct!.
5: Candy Bar Wrappers: Everyone Loves a Good Candy Bar!.
6: Check It Out: Look No Further for a Way to recommend Books!.
7: Freeform Prose: Add the Visual Element to Student Writings!.
8: Idioms Anyone?: Have Fun with the Complexities of the English Language!.
9: Light the Lanterns: Clever, Creative, and a Great Hands-On Project!.
10: Magnet Memo: What an Eexcellent Advertisement for Refrigerators and Lockers!.
11: Mini Books: This Project Is a Guaranteed Hit with Students of All Ages!.
12: Posters: Excel Can Do More Than Create Spreadsheets!.
13: Shape Books: Students Publish Their Work within Any Selected Shape!.
14: “Souper” Report: Clever Book Report Idea!.
15: 3 × 3 Post-It® Notes: Learning How to Print These Notes Is Fun, Creative, and Useful!.
16: Trading Cards: Who Doesn't Enjoy Trading Cards?.
17: Tree Maps: Let a Picture of a Tree Represent the Season of the Year, Adding Descriptive Vocabulary to the Branches!.
18: T-shirts: Great Fun for Bulletin Board Displays and Contests!.
19: Publish and Present.
20: A Is for …: Dictionary Entries Even Webster Would Like!.
21: Acrostic Research: Experiment with a Different Type of Puzzle!.
22: Flash Cards: Every Teacher Uses Flash Cards!.
23: Go for the Goal: Join a Research and Writing Project with Sports Activities. It Is a Winning Combination!.
24: Haiku: This Is an Elegant and Artistic Project!.
25: Looping Paper Chains: Students of All Ages Enjoy This Hands-On Project!.
26: Mini Gift Bags: Put Business Envelopes to Good Use!.
27: Over the Top!: A Slightly Different Version of a Pop-Up Book!.
28: Shirt 'N Tie Books: Cut and Paste a Shirt and Tie, or Blouse and Bow!.
29: Stretch the Story: Tall Tales Will Never Be the Same!.
30: Thank You, Thank You, Thank You!: Few Things Please People More Than Receiving a Thank You Note!.
31: What's in the Window?: A New, Different, and Exciting Way to Write a Report!.
32: WordArt Graphics: This Is Amazing and Fun!.
33: WordArt Poetry: Wow!.
34: Writing Paper Templates: Letter Writing Is a Necessary Skill for Students to Master!.
35: Research and Show What You Know.
36: Animal Alphabet: Watch Creativity Blossom with This Project!.
37: Bookmarks: Can You Ever Have Enough Bookmarks?.
38: Business Cards: This Project Provides Practice for the future!.
39: Culture Cards: These Cards Demonstrate Researched Knowledge of Another Country and Its Culture!.
40: Explain This!: Just How Do Things Work?.
41: Flip Booklet: Create a Booklet That Is New, Different, and Exciting!.
42: Hats, Chapeaus, and Sombreros: Research Is Added to a Hat Shaped Document … Not as Exciting as a Sombrero or Chapeau, But a Hat None-the-Less!.
43: Hero History: Write the Story of a Favorite Hero!.
44: Nonfiction Conventions: Help Students Get a Visual Idea of the Many Nonfiction Conventions!.
45: Post Cards: This Fantastic Project Can Be Researched, Created, and Printed in One Class Session!.
46: Quilt It: Get Students Busy Designing a Quilt!.
47: Table Tents: Do You Need a Way to Display Information? This Is It!.
48: Totem Poles: Students Will Research the History of Totem Poles, Choose Five Symbols to Represent Their Families, and Create a Family Totem Pole!.
49: Tri-Fold Brochures: Create a Research-Based Brochure. This Project Uses Many Technology Tools and Skills!.
50: Venn Diagrams: Compare and Contrast Anything and Everything!.
51: Wanted Poster: Chronicle the Famous and the Infamous in History!.
52: When Did That Happen?: Timelines Are a Visual Representation of Information. Excel Makes Easy Work of a Timeline!.