Themes of Literary Reading Projects

Themes of Literary Reading Projects

Attention are topics of research works and projects on literary reading for pupils of 1, 2, 3, 4 classes of elementary school, which will be useful when conducting independent research of epics and fairy tales, legends and comics, riddles and proverbs, sayings and songs.

It is recommended to choose the original theme of the project on literary reading in elementary school in a place with a teacher, taking into account the level of training of the student and his interest in the proposed topic and subject. Below are the topics of research projects on literary reading, which for convenience of choice are divided into classes:
Themes of literary reading projects – Grade 1
Themes of literary reading projects – Grade 2
Attention should be paid to the fact that the presented topics of literary reading in the 1, 2, 3, 4 grades of primary school are not final and can be expanded or modified depending on the interests, hobbies or personal vision of the issue being studied by the child.

Perhaps a specific topic of research work on literary reading will push the child and parents to a more interesting and close topic for your family or student.
Themes of literary reading projects – Grade 3
Themes of literary reading projects – Grade 4
This page highlights the general themes of literary reading projects about the love of books, the images of heroes of folk tales, the types and signs of folk art, writers and their works, poetry, etc., which will suit students in grades 1, 2, 3, 4 .

We recommend that children carry out literary reading research projects on our topics during the holidays, when there is a lot of free time for rest and for interesting project activities. A group of children can work on the project.

Themes of literary reading projects for primary schools
General topics of literary reading research for elementary school:

“What a beauty these fairy tales”
Fables I.A. Krylov
Great Russian writers.
Funny rhymes
The wolf in Russian fairy tales: image, character, role.
Fairy tales
The magic of oral folk art.
All professions are needed, all professions are important (profession of choice)
Heroes of fairy tales in folk art.
The main characters of epics.
Good conquers evil
The life and work of A.S. Pushkin.
Mysterious image of Baba Yaga.
Why do I need to read books and is reading speed important?
The art of creating a book
Historical events in epics
How did the comics come about?
Fairy tale carousel
Book is my friend
Legends and dances of my people.
Literary places of our city.
Favorite writers, heroes, works.
Small genres of folklore (proverbs, sayings, fictions, rituals, fairy tales)
My favorite writer is Nikolay Nosov.
My favorite writer …
My favorite writer is a storyteller.
My reader diary.
My fairytale
Folk tales
Christmas miracle
The image of Baba Yaga in Slavic mythology.
The image of the hero in epics
The image of animals in folklore
The image of the motherland in the paintings of artists
The image of the motherland in the works of composers.
The image of the motherland in the works of prose writers and poets.
Images of mother and stepmother in fairy tales.
Lived pictures (cartoon on any read work).
Autumn poetry.
Autumn in the image of Russian poets.
Through the pages of children’s magazines.
Search for verb words that are not written together.
Why do you need to love reading
Why do I like books?
Poetic page
Prediction of weather in Russian proverbs.
Signs of a folk tale in the fairy tales of A.S. Pushkin.
Works L.N. Tolstoy.
Works of Russian poets of the XIX century.
The path and the road in Russian folk tales.
The role of numbers in the fairy tales of A.S. Pushkin.
Mother Russia
Russian fairy tales and folk traditions.
Russian ancient names of body parts.
Collection of puzzles.
Collection of folk songs.
Collection of fables
Collection of proverbs and sayings.
Collection of tales about one of the animals.
Collected writings of our class about animals.
Collection of creative works
The tale is a lie, but there is a hint in it.
We compose a fairy tale
Folklore
Folklore.
Learn to write tongue twisters
Bread around the head
What do the fables teach?
What do proverbs and sayings teach?
What do fairy tales teach?
Miracles in our lives.