Saturday, September 12, 2015

Spotlight Saturday: Flipbooks, Flipbooks, and More Flipbooks!

 Welcome to another week of Spotlight Saturday, hosted by KINDERGARTEN DRAGONS! you can click on the link to learn more about it, but in nutshell it's just like a Show and Tell for teachers to share resources and ideas. You should try it, it's really fun!

Lately I've been making lots of flip-books and having so much fun with them! That's the reason I give them a spotlight today.  Not only they are adorable, but my students are enjoying working with them tremendously, so what else can I ask for?

We made one for United States Symbols:

We worked on  another one to review our numbers and counting skills:

We haven't started with the colors yet, but we will working on this next quarter since all these colors words are included in our sight words list:

Just this week we finished our Five Senses flip-book, and it was probably my favorite so far! We were doing a page a day, but my kids were so engaged on the making of this book, that they wanted to keep working on it even when it was almost time to go home!
Here are the snapshots:

Tip: Except for the sandpaper, we used adhesive tape to secure the items, because the glue didn't work so well.
These are all the flip-books I have so far, but I am currently working on one for Johnny Appleseed that I'm hoping to finish this week. Stay tuned!

I hope you enjoyed this post. Thank you for reading!

1 comment:

  1. Ah flip books are great!!! I love using them - for pretty much anything and everything! :) Yours look fabulous! Can't wait to see your Johnny Appleseed one!