Mini-Books can be used is so many different ways within any classroom and with any subject. Students can produce mini-books to report on Science and Social Studies topics, study Spelling and Vocabulary, write creative short stories, and so much more! The only limits? Imagination!
This Mini-Book resource provides 7 different templates. Each template can be copied as many times as you or the students wish to produce either a very short or much longer minibook!
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Instructions for use:
Teacher – Just print and give to students
Students – Cut out each page, write (draw, glue,etc), staple and publish!
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