I am a fan of poet/author Marilyn Singer, and her book A Full Moon is Rising will inspire magical and whimsical class projects this spring with students in 4th, 5th, and 6th grades.
Marilyn Singer and illustrator Julia Cairns share stories, beliefs, customs, and celebrations from around the world related to the full moon. Each two-page fold includes a poem, art, and location in which this poem is located (New York City, Hong Kong, Australia, the Caribbean Sea). The book successfully conveys the idea that we all have this common link of a full moon. The book is a beautiful global study; in the back of the book there is an extra paragraph related to each region of the world to offer further details.
I envision that you divide your class into several small groups of 1-4 students. Each group can create a vignette for one of the poems. String them all together. You can record your voice saying the poems or narrate them live.
This book pairs nicely with Rise the Moon.