This year the first flippable I created for my students to put in their Interactive Notebooks was their Converting Fractions, Decimals and Percents Flippable. This weekend, I decided it need a face lift.
First it all started with getting a custom frame created by Mr. Magician. I knew I wanted all of my cover pages to start looking the same and as I begin with the revisions of products, they will all start getting similar cover pages.
I also went in and revised my fonts to make them more legible and fun with some great fonts by Kimberly Geswein. Last week, I also had my ATUE buddy, Amy Alvis, make my new copyright symbol come to life. She worked her magic from a rough drawing I sent her and I love it! 🙂
I added in full color photos to the file of a completed example (from the original for now) and also added in an Exit Ticket to round out the lesson.
I’d love to know which flippables you are looking for next. There are so many that I need to wrap-up and post that I don’t even know where to begin.
P.S. If you are an ELA Teacher, a birdie told me that another great ATUE friend of mine will be working on HIS Interactive Notebook to be out this summer! I can’t wait to see it all!