"How the Chameleon Changed!" is a fill in the blank book used to review the plot for "The Mixed-Up Chameleon" by Eric Carle. It allows students to closely review the details and illustrations of the story. Students fill in the blanks and draw the changes to the chameleon. (Drawing is done, on average, for every other page.) An answer key is also included.
How I Printed the Student book without the answer key as part of the booklet:
1. I opened in Adobe Reader.
2. I clicked File then Print.
3. In the print box, I clicked on "Pages" and typed 1-29.
4. Then, I click on "Booklet" under Page Sizing and Handling.
5. Next to "Booklet subset:," I choose "Front side only" from the drop down menu.
6. Made sure "Binding" had a drop down menu with "Left" in it.
7. I clicked "Print."
8. After these pages printed, I took them from my printer and restacked them so the sheet on top was on the bottom, the second sheet is now on top of that one, the third sheet is now on top of the second sheet and so on until the page on the top of the stack was the sheet that was on the bottom and the bottom sheet was on the top. (Hopefully, this is clear.)
9. Next, I reinserted the stack face up so the text is seen and reprint pages 1-27 with "Back side only" chosen from the drop down menu next to "Booklet subset."
10. Last I fold each page in half, put them in order, and staple them together.