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Saturday, August 20, 2011

My Students Flip Over These Books

My kids love these little flip books and they are easy to make and can be used for lots of concepts. This one is for matching sight words, one is lower case and they have to find the matching uppercase partner. I usually provide a recording sheet with this to make it a bit more interactive and to hold them accountable. However,you can have different expectations for different times of the year.

I am selling this in my TpT store for only $2.00! If you are interested in purchasing it you can grab it here.
There are twenty sight words presented and this packet is 22 pages. I hope you like it.


Unknown said...

How awesome are these! So great for a center. Oooh! You can even do matching upper & lowercase letters. Fran, You Rock!

Kinder Kraziness

bwolfe said...

I love this idea! During our language arts time, the children have a group where they look at books independently; this would be a great activity for them to do! :)

Cindy said...

Hi Fran,
These are great! You always share such cute and useful ideas! Thanks!

Ms. W said...

I love this idea. I linked it to my facebook to share it with others. Thank you for continuing to inspire us as we teach!

Meredith said...

You are busy posting after you gave the most awesome inservice on Friday??? Fran, you are amazing and generous with your thoughts and ideas. Thank you.

Maryann said...

Hi Fran!
You are truly amazing! Thank you again for your wonderful ideas! I really appreciate your kindness in sharing these wonderful ideas! One question - willl you sell the "self-portrait" idea on your TPT? and the name tags-how do you add names,especially having the vowels red? Also, the HW folder is a legal size file folder and is this sent home everytime with hw or do the kids use this folder in class? Many questions with my head spinning!!!! Have a good day and thank you!

Fran Kramer said...

The self portrait was included in one of my packets in Tpt. Add labels to the tags I gave you and that should work nicely. The hw folder is sent home daily and has the most crucial standards on it for the parent to review with the student.