Designing No Cut Flip Books

Create Your Own No Cut Flip Books

Have you used no cut flip books in your classroom yet? They are AMAZing! I have always loved the idea of flip books, but I would get lost in the printing, cutting, and piecing back together of regular flip books.

A no cut flip book takes a little bit of planning to decide which content should be upside-down and which should be right-side up, but after that they are easy! Just print 3 pages front and back and go! Design them in black and white so you can print them on colored paper, or you can design them with a touch of color that can be printed. It’s entirely up to you and what works for your lesson.

No Cutting Flip Books: Learn to make your own with a template and my free course.

I have created a couple for my classroom and shop. Now I have also designed a template and a class just for you.

What it Covers:

  1. How to plan your content.
  2. Where to find your digital resources.
  3. What the different parts of them template mean and how to use it.

A step by step video of how to use the template, add your content, secure it and make it ready to print and use (or if you want to take it one step further you can sell it).

The template provided is the same one that I used to create my “Life Cycle of a Plant” flip book and “Biomes and Food Chains” book.

If you are comfortable using PowerPoint (which is the format of the template) then this step-by-step guide will show you just how easy it is to create your own classroom resource. You can use it to create a flip book about any topic you want: math concepts, special holidays, science, social studies, STEM activities and more. Reuse it. Add your own special tweaks and style.

Are you ready to sign up for this course and start learning?

No Cutting Flip Books: Learn to make your own with a template and my free course.

I’m excited to see what you create. Share what you create in the comments below!

Rhoda

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