August 19, 2013

Reading Response Flap Books

I love when I have a resource that can be used in a variety of ways and can easily be differentiated.  So I just had to share a little something that I have been working on!
These flap books are a fun way for students to demonstrate their understanding of a text and practice different reading comprehension strategies.  I used a few of these in my classroom throughout the year last year and my second graders just loved them! So, I have been busy updating them a bit and adding to the collection. 
 The set now includes 15 different flap books that can be used with both fiction and non-fiction texts! Simply print, fold & cut along the flaps to create these reading responses.
Click here to check them out at my TpT shop. 
& don't forget, my whole shop is on sale for the rest of the day!


  1. Quick question: Your last picture shows some lines. Are those lines already on there or will we have to draw them in?

    1. The lines are on a separate page when you download the set. You can copy the main flap book page and the page with the lines back to back so that the lines will be on the inside. I find the lines make it easier for little writers to keep up with their handwriting. :)


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