Are you looking for a fresh alternative to traditional notetaking? Flip books are an engaging way to organize information. I love to use them to organize grammar topics or to summarize information about a cultural topic.
What are flipbooks?
Flip books usually take ordinary pieces of paper and cut, fold, and staple them into a book format. I personally like the cut-free flip book style because they don’t waste paper!
Why use flip books?
There are so many benefits to using flip books, including having everything organized in one place. For example, my Preterite Tense flip book is popular because the preterite has a ton of irregular conjugations and putting them all together in one book makes a great study and reference tool! I think it’s great to fill it in as you cover each topic in class, or you can also use it to summarize at the end of the unit.
But my most favorite thing about flip books is that students hang on to them! A nifty flip book printed on colorful paper (my students always knew this meant it was important!) is a magical combination to hanging onto it AND referencing it! I get this feedback all the time and I love hearing that they are making a difference! Don’t take my word for it, read these reviews:
Try one for free!
If you want to try a flip book, I have a FREE Possessive Adjectives Flip Book you can test out. Once you realize how amazing flip books are, check out my Flip Book MEGA Bundle to get a big discount on more than 20 flip books for your Spanish class.