This is a folder game that you can print from your own computer and then laminate and assemble to use in your classroom. It teaches children in grades in grades 2nd through 5th compound words. The children slide the banana insides down inside the correct skins within the folder. You should print enough copies for all your children to work in pairs. Print all the pieces on sheets of card stock and then assemble using the easy instructions. In this folder game there is a page of banana attachments which you tape inside of the folder. Tape the skins attachments into the folder in a random order and leave an opening for the banana insides to slide down into. You can print in full color or if you do not have access to a color printer, there are black and white pages you may print which you can then color yourself as desired using water color markers. You should use inkjet cardstock in white to print on. The cardstock works well in printers and after you laminate it, it makes a sturdy file folder game. Be sure to color before laminating. Store the pieces in a zip lock bag stapled to the folder.