Last month I wrote a post about integrating technology into a science lesson by printing out pictures for a cloud booklet. Since then, I have discovered (from my awesome teaching partner) a new way to make a cute booklet. It. Is. So. Simple. And I yet, I didn’t know how to do it until someone taught me (crazy how that works!).
Step One: Decide how many pages you want your booklet to be (including the cover). I want my booklet to be six pages, therefore I need three pieces of paper. Lay the three pieces of paper on top of each other as shown in the picture:
Step 2: Fold the paper, so that the three overlapped tabs on the other side are on top of these three tabs. As shown in the picture:
Step three: Staple, and you are done! SO EASY (I apologize this isn’t stapled):
Here is what one of my student’s completed cloud booklet looked like:
You can use this kind of booklet for so many activities. Writing about different scenes in a book, or different characters in a story, are just two examples.
What would you use this booklet for? Share your ideas!
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Thanks for sharing this!! I haven’t made one of these types of booklets in a long time. I think I may give it a try again soon. 🙂