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Wordless Wednesday-Flip Books


Happy Wednesday to you!!
I am joining the fun with Miss DeCarbo over at Sugar and Spice!
 
http://secondgradesugarandspice.blogspot.com/2014/09/wordless-wednesday-september-9-learning.html
 
We are using flip books at the Writing Center this week to retell the beginning, middle and end of Little Red Riding Hood!  I love the simplicity of flip books and kids love the novelty of the flip! 
 
 
Do you ever use flip books in your classroom?  Please share!!
 
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  1. Hi Tammy,
    I haven't used flip books. I teach middle school. I can certainly see how I can adapt it to my kiddos. Thank you for the idea.

    Damarise
    intransition678.blogspot.com

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  2. Such a great idea for beginning, middle, end! I am going to have to use this with my kindergarten friends!! Thanks for sharing!

    recipeforteaching

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  3. Flipbooks are great for so many things! I've loved using them in math, writing, and reading! I think sometimes simple is better, and this is a great example. Thanks for sharing!
    -Lindsey
    It's Elementary, My Dear! Wordless Wednesday

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