FREE Rainbow Flip Book Foldable Template TeacherKarma.comUsing foldables and interactive resources in your classroom is a fabulous way to give students a quick, hands-on activity that will help them organize their thinking or grasp new concepts.

Foldables make it super duper simple 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.

FREE Rainbow Flip Book Foldable Template TeacherKarma.com

I simply broke down the flip book activities by flap #1 and flap #2.

Below you will find 14 ways to use the FREE rainbow foldable:


Flap 1: Write about what treasure you would keep at the end of the rainbow.

Flap 2: Illustrate your answer to flap #1.


Flap 1: Write three facts about St. Patrick’s Day.

Flap 2: Write three opinions about St. Patrick’s Day.


Flap 1: Write about what you would do if you caught a leprechaun.

Flap 2: Illustrate your answer to flap #1.


Flap 1: Draw a picture of a leprechaun.

Flap 2: Do you believe in leprechauns? Write your answer and explain why.


Flap 1: Write about what you would wish for if you caught a leprechaun.

Flap 2: Illustrate your answer to flap #1.


Flap 1: Write about the problem in the book.

Flap 2: Write about how the problem in the book was solved.


Flap 1: Draw a detailed picture of a leprechaun.

Flap 2: Write 10 adjectives that describe your leprechaun.


Flap 1: Compare – How are you like St. Patrick?

Flap 2: Contrast – How are you different from St. Patrick?


Flap 1: Write about what you know about St. Patrick’s Day.

Flap 2: Write about what you want to know about St. Patrick’s Day.


Flap 1: Write about the message of the book.

Flap 2: Write about how you know this to be true.


Flap 1: What text features did you find in the text?

Flap 2: How did those features help you to better comprehend the text?


Flap 1: Cause

Flap 2: Effect


Flap 1: Write about a text-to-self connection you made to the book.

Flap 2: Write about a text-to-text connection you made to the book.


Flap 1: What conclusion can you draw about the text?

Flap 2: What piece of text helped you to make that conclusion?


Remember, the resource I am gifting you is a digital resource. It is a piece of clipart that you can use in so many ways. You simply add it to Microsoft Powerpoint, Word, Pages, or whatever program you use. Just copy the graphic and paste it into your document. You will then print and you’re then ready to go!

You are welcome to use this foldable template in your educational resources, but I do require that you give a link back to my TpT store. You will find a TOU (terms of use) document included in the file.

Don’t forget to grab your FREE Rainbow Foldable Template so you can get started right away!

FREE Rainbow Flip Book Foldable Template TeacherKarma.com

This FREE rainbow foldable is part of my St. Patrick’s Day Foldables, Interactives, and Flip Book Templates bundle if you are looking for additional resources.

Best wishes!

Jen

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