I went hunting through my files today to look for some things to add to my blog. Since it’s the end of the school year I don’t have any student examples. BUT, here are some of the things I have done with flapbooks in the past!
I really enjoyed doing flap-books while studying holidays. It can be so hard to get grades for Social Studies, but these help a lot… plus, they are cute which always helps 🙂
We did these fun flap books when studying plants and animals!
They are great to use in math also!
This year, my students did a novel study on Chocolate Fever. After we finished the book, each student chose what would make them have fever. Then, they compared themselves to the main character. They were very creative! I wish I still had pictures of their work…. maybe next year!
I’ve really enjoyed working with flap books, and always love to find new ways to use them! They are great for so many reasons!
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Tomorrow is the BIG DAY!!!! We are so excited for ROCK YOUR SCHOOL!! Make sure you follow along at @getyourteachon and if you are participating make sure to the the hashtags: #getyourteachon & #rockyourschool 💙💚💓🧡💜. And yes, I chopped off a boat load of hair!!! ... See MoreSee Less
Looks like @teachin_gal has her kiddos all ready for place value!!! #magicofmath ・・・ Ready to dive into place value tomorrow! Printing anything on @astrobrights makes me happy 😍 bit.ly/2ndMoMUnit1... See MoreSee Less
Directed Drawing Tip: Have students draw on half sheets of paper, index cards, or something similar. Then they don’t take up quite as much space. In this pic, my students worked together to retell the story, then we added both of their drawings to the display!