I created this flip book because though I have other place value flip charts and booklets for students to use, most of them go to the millions place, or include decimals. I needed a simpler, compact item for my younger students to use that includes the comma in the thousands place.
To make the flip book, print a copy of each page, 3-7, on colored card stock. I used a different color for the cover and then for each value, but you could make them all the same. Use a comb binder to punch the holes and bind the book together. These can be made quickly and inexpensively and are easy to replace if damaged or lost. The template can also be used to print paper flip books that are stapled together for student use at home.