It's easy to create a flipbook with your own content!
The tab design makes a handy reference tool that students can store in their binders or glue into interactive notebooks.
Teacher preparation is simple. Just highlight any text and type to replace it with the content you want your students to study.
Pages 3, 4, and 5 provide three different options for cover pages. These pages include covers for four students so that you can easily print only the covers using colored paper or color ink. Page 5 covers are blank so that you can add content-related clipart if you desire. Whichever cover option you select, type the same title into all four boxes because this page will be cut apart to share among four students.
The remaining pages will contain the content of your flipbook. You can choose to use any number of tabs, but groups of four, eight, twelve, or sixteen will make complete rows. Each content page is numbered in the top right. Just replace the title and fill the text with notes and/or images for your students. I always plan for my students to use the back of the previous page for notes they will add to the booklet themselves, too.
After you have entered the text you want, be sure to save the PowerPoint with a new name so that you can reuse the template again and again.
Printing and Assembly
Print or copy one set of cover pages for each four students and one set of the remaining pages for each student. Have students cut the pages apart and stack them with the highest number on bottom and page 1 on top, then add the cover. Staple above the dashed lines and glue or staple into their interactive notebooks or store in their folders or binders.
Want to see examples?
Here are two resources available in my store that I developed using this template.
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