Howdy! Jen Bradshaw here from Teacher KARMA.
Using interactive notebooks and foldable resources in your classroom is a wonderful way to give students a super quick, hands-on activity that will assist them in staying organized in their thinking and grasp new concepts. Foldables make it really easy to differentiate with your kiddos. I LOVE using blank foldables because I can give my advanced learners one assignment, and then simply alter the assignment to meet the needs of students that require additional support.
So, what do you do with all of these foldables when students complete them? Easy. Glue them into an interactive reading notebook, or the notebook for whatever subject you are teaching. To find out more and get your FREE Rainbow Flip Book, click here.
Jen Bradshaw from Teacher KARMA