Are you looking for a fun way to incorporate summarizing practice in your lessons? This staggered flipbook not only looks impressive but provides students with a great teaching tool. Students use the novel Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland for summarizing practice.
Where should I begin?
Begin by downloading this FREE resource from Teachers Pay Teachers. This packet contains the materials you will need to turn the weekly blog posts into a full book unit.
Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland Staggered Flip Book
The flip organizer is designed to have an image for each chapter at the tops of the pages and lines for writing at the bottoms of the pages. The artwork in this organizer is from the original version of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (1865). It was created by John Tenniel.
Students will love coloring the pictures and showing off their writing on this attractive organizer. The flip chart is a great “show-off” piece for parent-teacher conferences, bulletin boards, and teacher observations.
Use the flip organizer in different ways depending on the skills your students need to practice.
- summarize each chapter
- list the characters first introduced in each chapter with a brief description
- write the figurative language, puns, play on words, etc. from each chapter
- list vocabulary words and definitions
The best place to begin collecting your book unit is with the free Vocabulary Resource at my Teachers Pay Teachers store.