4 Foldable Booklets

My students and I love to make foldable booklets. Kids can use them for review, as a unique way to present content, or as an easy way to keep up with daily information during a unit of study. My favorite foldable booklet is the Burrito Book. It is a great journal style booklet.
The Tiny Book is handy for practicing procedural writing.
The Pop-up Book is a fun way to publish student writing.
The Tunnel Book requires lots of spatial thinking, and the finished product has a big impact.
Foldable booklets are a great classroom activity to incorporate in the school days leading up to the winter holidays. They are highly interactive and can be used with a variety of student learning levels. Once you assemble the booklets, you can spend a lot of time-- or a little-- filling them with text and illustrations. All you and your students need are paper, scissors, and your imaginations! Click Here for Step by Step Directions.

Happy Folding!


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