Be sure and check the PREVIEW to see sample pages from the various flip booklets.
These “Flip Booklets” are a quick, easy & super-fun way to review lowercase letters.
They come in color, so that you can make a sample to share, or an entire set of laminated ones, to use as a center/station activity.
Make an extra copy, put them on a split ring, and tuck in your classroom library.
The flip booklets also come in black and white, so children can color & create their own.
Assign a flip booklet, each time you’ve practiced that group of 4 letters.
Students can draw their own pictures on the blank template or color the black and white patterns.
So that you have more examples, and can build more vocabulary, I designed the black & white and full color sets, with different pictures.
Besides drawing or coloring a picture underneath a “flap”, another option, is to have students alphabetize the words of the pictures that are inside each letter. They write these under the flap.
For your convenience, I’ve also provided completed sample templates, with an alphabetical list of the words under the appropriate flap, so you can easily laminate and make a set for a reading or word work center.
Besides using the picture templates for the flip up booklets, make extra sets of the pictures to play Memory Match & I Have; Who Has?" games.
Because the picture portion of the flip ups have 8 cards on them, you can quickly & easily print, laminate & trim just 7 pages to make all sorts of games. (More bang for your buck.)
This packet matches the popular alphabet puzzle & alphabet poster packets, which make for nice coordinated center activities. Simply click on my alphabet activities category to take a look.
I’m Diane from Teach With Me, hoping that your students really enjoy practicing lowercase letters, beginning sounds, & vocabulary building, with an ABC flip booklet.