Do your Lower Elementary students like to make their own booklets? In my experience, kids love making their own booklets and it's a great way to engage them with the curriculum. They can assemble these ones all by themselves. All they need is glue. They can use them to illustrate spelling words with the pink, blue, and green materials, write short stories, make alphabet booklets, and make booklets out of 3-part cards or classified cards.
You have so many options with this set of booklets. There are five different templates of varying sizes and colors. Each template has a cover and an inside page. You get different styles of writing lines and even an option with no writing lines. To help you display the booklets attractively, I've included labels so you can make your own storage pockets.
Let your students run wild with their booklet making and see what they create!
- 1 PDF with teacher information (preparation and presentation information)
- 1 PDF with booklet covers
- 1 PDF with booklet pages in five different line styles (no lines, Montessori lines, double lines, double wide lines, traditional lines)
- 1 PDF with labels to use when displaying the blank booklets
- All of the above in a color version and a black and white version