This takes the traditional "fraction flipbook" and adds some innovations that I find lacking in other activities of this type.
This is not an "art project," nor is it a cutesy time filler. With this version, I take it to the next level by introducing the following:
1) Cognitively Flexible: many flipbooks have all the fractions filled out, both numerator and denominator. So, what does the student do? Cut and staple. CUTTING AND STAPLING IS NOT COGNITIVE! There are two versions: one where the students number the numerators, or one where the students fill in numerators and denominators. You can choose whether you want to fill them in in parts (that is, all the quarters are labeled 1/4) or in order (1/4, 2/4, 3/4, 4/4.)
2) Linguistically Rich: each page includes the written denominator, including fourths and quarters for divisions of four. The second version leaves a white box for students to fill in the words themselves.
3) Easy peasy assembly: I've aligned the tops and bottoms of the pages to 1/2" of the margins. Just trim off the tops and bottoms of all the pages at once. You don't even have to do the sides. Less trimming = less assembly time = more "work" time.
You've tried the rest, now try the "best." For $1.95, you can't miss - you'll be using this for your entire teaching career, and maybe longer!