School Project Ideas
Fantastic ideas from students and teachers all over the country. Click each link below to either view or download a resource.
This is designed for students who are doing an author report on Rick Riordan and need information
This is an easy-to-use, five minute script to get your kids into the book by acting it out! Thanks to Mary Milligan, who prepared this for the Texas Library Association’s Bluebonnet Award list.
Originally designed for the launch of Titan’s Curse, this event planner offers ideas and activities for throwing a Percy party in your classroom or library.
Click here to view the Kane Chronicles Teacher’s Guide and Event Kit.
Students of the John Cooper School created placemats based on the Percy Jackson books as part of their mythology unit.
Folded letters decorated like Camp Half-Blood cabins on the oustide. On the inside, they’re letters to the author. A simple, fun idea from O Henry Middle School.
A great way to combine math and literature. By Bianca (third grade) and her mom!
A great way to make a scene come to life, from Woodstone Elementary.
A beautiful but easy art project from Northern Hills Elementary. Students picked a scene or character from the Lightning Thief and illustrated it on poster board.
A great idea from Janis Dismus Middle School of Englewood, New Jersey. Sixth graders created cool “cribs” for the campers at Camp Half-Blood to chill in.
Photos of various outstanding projects by Gatesville Intermediate students.
Students at Valley Ranch Elementary held a Percy Jackson bookmark competition. The students were given a blank template and encouraged to make an original design with favorite scenes, characters or images from the series.
Students at Drauden Point MS in Illinois turned their library into the camp dining hall.
At North Country School in Lake Placid, NY, students wrote original 1-2 page myths to explain things at their campus.
The students in Aldine ISD wrote letters from one character in the book to another.
An easy and fun creative writing idea for the classroom!
While studying Ancient Greece in social studies, the students did ‘create-a-character’ projects which they presented to their peers, taking their audience back to Ancient Greek times. At the same time, English classes extended the unit by reading The Lightning Thief.