Because I use the term “blind date,” . If you prefer the term “mystery book” instead of “blind date,” please see instead. It’s the same product, but it does not use the term “blind date.” Unwrap a Mystery Book also works for middle and high school.
- Recommended for: Grades 7-10
- Lesson Duration: 1-2 library lessons (about 50 minutes total)
- Formats: PPT, Google Slides, PDF
- Editable: YES, all text is editable
- and tips for librarians (editable in PowerPoint and Google Slides, 2 pages)
- –The Creation Station is where students will wrap the books and attach recommendation cards (editable in PowerPoint and Google Slides; 2 pages)
- –Students fill these out and attach them to the books (editable in PowerPoint and Google Slides; 8 designs)
- –Students fill these out after they try a Book Blind Date. They can turn these in for a chance to win a daily, weekly, or Grand Prize drawing. (editable in PowerPoint and Google Slides; 8 designs)
- –Pick one of four designs to put with your Blind Date books on display. All text is editable in PPT and Google Slides.
- on how to create a book blind date (9 slides, editable in PPT and Google Slides)
- from my library–these are inside the PowerPoint presentation for students and in a separate folder. You can delete my photos and add your own photos, or you are welcome to use my photos if you prefer.)
- Unwrap a Mystery Book (elementary version, does not use the phrase “Blind Date”)
- Valentine’s Day Booktalk Template
- Valentine’s Day Digital Bulletin Board
- Book Speed Dating