Wednesday, July 6, 2016

ANIMAL RESEARCH FLIP BOOK - CHRISTMAS IN JULY

I hope you're enjoying your time off. This is my second week off and I'm enjoying every minute. I love spending time with my kids and gardening.

Thank you so much for visiting my blog. I wanted to share a fun way to write an animal report. Students love flip books and they love learning about animals. This way, they get both. 

Check out these cute pictures 
that were sent to me. 
(first grade classroom) 


Flip book are hands-on, easy to assemble and fun!


Students get to choose an animal.
 (15 templates available) 

 The information must be written in the flip book. Students can decorate their flip book.

It's also possible to print on colored paper.



As promised, you can grab this SAMPLE FREEBIE! I hope your students will love this ZEBRA Flip Book.


FREEBIE
This is a great way to explore
flip books with students.
Students can research 
 -habitat
-food
-appearance

-other interesting facts


CHRISTMAS IN JULY is so much fun for teachers! You can grab a freebie by visiting each blog.

  

Plus, a special 20% sale is going on 
from July 6-9.

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8 comments:

  1. What a cute way to do animal reports! My students always love doing animal reports too.
    Thanks for sharing, and Merry Christmas in July!

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  2. Oh my gosh-these are so stinking cute! What a great way to put a little bit of fun into a research project!-Lisa

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  3. Such an adorable animal research project! Thanks for the freebie!!

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  4. I love flipbooks! This is so cute with the animal at the top.

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  5. Great freebie, love it! Thank you!

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  6. Merci beaucoup, Michelle! It was great to meet you tonight at #tptorlando16 during the meet up! Here is a link to our blog if you want to take a look: https://itallstartedwithflubber.blogspot.com/

    I love the animal flip books here! We do an activity that could complement this so well, so we'll incorporate your books!

    Thanks!
    It All Started with Flubber

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