By popular demand, I have altered my POS flipbook to include adverbs.
This flipbook is a great way to introduce, or review, parts of speech with your students. This booklet reviews nouns, verbs, adjectives, pronouns, and adverbs. There is an instructional cover-page, and write-in page, for each part of speech.
Feedback/ratings are appreciated. I would love to know what you think.
I tried to email you back earlier when you emailed me about the I Am poem on my blog. But, my email came back to me as undelivered. Anyway, I just basically said that I made the little people from a generic template that I had. However, I did not create it, so I do not have permission to redistribute it. I suggested you maybe google "free kid's body template" or something similar. I hope that helps.
Oh, and thanks for the kind feedback on this flip book!
This is wonderful! My students are gone on a two week break right now and will have forgotten most of their English including parts of speech by the time they get back. This will be perfect as a quiet, independent refresher for them! Thank you so much!
What a wonderful booklet. I will be using this with my "Home-language" children. Love the idea of working on each section and then collating them at the end into a booklet.
Big thanks for making it available for free.
You are so welcome. Thanks for leaving feedback, and leaving your ideas about how to use this flip book!
March 2, 2013
Hi!! I love this!!!! it is so practical and usable for the kids to constantly refer back to for their writing!!! Love it! I was just wondering if you were able to do an edition with conjunctions, punctuation and pronouns if possible???
January 28, 2013
Thanks so much! This will be great practice for my second graders!
What a fantastic flip booklet. Thank you. I could use your expertise and advice. If you ever get an opportunity to download my free work, I would welcome any constructive criticism from an experienced TPT member such as yourself. Thanks in advance.
Thank you so much. I am, by no means, an expert. I appreciate the kind words though. My only advice would be to spend time making quality freebies and paid products, and use Pinterest or blogging to get the word out about your work.
Thanks for the question. I had to go back and think about my logic on that one. I am going to speak with one of my teaching partners, who is a grammar expert. However, I do believe that because the word "upstairs" qualifies the verb by answering where the action happened, that it is an adverb. If I am mistaken, I will fix it and reload right away. Thanks again.