Friday, January 8, 2010
Read, Write, Think is about the best site around. You can always find something neat to add to your lessons. Here's a great activity for making flip books. Students could make their own flipbooks and print them out to share. Teachers could make a partial flip book and print it for students to finish at their desks. One of the things to remember with Read, Write, Think activities is that you are unable to save them and return to finish them later. So consider this an activity to do in one sitting. Looks like great fun to me! You have 2 links here. The title will take you to the Flip book and the Read, Write, Think link will take you to the site.