Writing Lesson
4 Part Story - Flip Books

I just adore making a 4 part story with students! They are quick, easy and fun.

To make the flip book, fold a piece of copy paper in half like a "hot dog". Then fold it two times lengthwise. Open it up and cut the flaps. My kids have become fluent in making these little books and prefer them most times because it helps them organize their thoughts into parts.

This student is writing a story after reading a guided reading book called "At The Beach". She is writing "I see..." sentences about things she sees at the beach. On the inside she is creating illustrations about the writing.

Write on, baby, write on!

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