This is a great idea that gives a whole new meaning to the word "BOOK REPORT."  This "tunnel book" idea can be used across the curriculum and can be attractive as an alternative to the "old school" book report because it appeals to students who enjoy drawing, as well as helps to assess their ability to express themselves via a personal narrative or a summary of what they've already read.  It appeals to students because of the ability to make something 3D using minimal materials.

tunnel book tutorial-don't care about tunnel book but folded paper in background glued with each "hill" to watercolor sheet would make a great sketchbook. when done sew up thru hills for binding-or not.

Tunnel book tutorial by Gail Bartel using paper, ruler, pencil, scissors, paint or other medium, tacky glue, and marker.

About a month ago I posted some pictures of tunnel books that two Grade 6 classes made. I promised the tutorial and here it is. The tu.

Paper Cut Shadow Box **kids night light?**

Paper Cut Shadow Box

Inspired by Hari & Deepti, my friend and I decided to make a romantic Zelda + Link paper cut shadow box (silhouette box? back lit box?

Tunnel Book Tutorial by Sally Hagy-Boyer (pdf). I had trouble viewing it in Firefox, but it works in Chrome.

Tunnel Book Tutorial by Sally Hagy-Boyer (pdf). I had trouble viewing it in Firefox, but it works in Chrome.

Artfully Musing: Alice in Wonderland Tunnel Book

Artfully Musing: Handmade Books - Alice in Wonderland Tunnel Book (image 1 of

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