Mini-books

Make it with mini-books: my presentation from ALL Language World 2013

Make it with mini-books (#ililc4 version):



My presentation about mini-books from Oldham Show and Tell

Lots more mini-book links and ideas



















Aztec Codices













Sculptural mini-books










Line-of-buildings books









Line-of-people books













Triaramas














Maps















Concertina books















Accordion books













Fan books













Pocket books















DIY mini-books















Christmas present concertina books













Lift-the-flap books














Envelope books














Talking mini-books




Layered flap books













Starburst



Hexagon books














The Diorama











The Foldable Artist Book











Towers of learning












Valentine book




Ojos y pelo mini-book

Les yeux et les cheveux mini-book


French Christmas mini-books


Spanish Christmas mini-books


French Easter mini-book


South America mini-book


Spanish Minibooks for Primary learners

French Minibooks for Primary learners



6 comments:

  1. Hello Clare, you are so inspirational!I have spent all day today folding mini books:-) Have you got a template for number 7 (the one with the boy and daily routine). I have checked most of your links but haven't seen that one. Or did you just draw a boy yourself? Thanks for sharing all your lovely minibooks. Erzsi

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  2. Thank you very much for your lively comment, Erzsi. The mini-book you refer to is a concertina book and the method is described in this post http://changing-phase.blogspot.co.uk/2012/11/a-concertina-ed-effort.html. I drew the boy myself and made him out of coloured card. I could try to make a template if it would help! Clare

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  3. Thanks for answering so quickly. Don't worry, I will draw a boy or a girl myself then:-) I can't wait to go to Y3 on Tuesday, we will use sentences describing ourselves where you have put the daily routine sentences. And all the other years will do mini books next week, I am addicted now! I will keep on reading your blog, it is fantastic! Erzsi

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  4. That's really nice - thank you for sharing !

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  5. Hi Clare,
    I've just clicked the link for the French Christmas mini-books and it tried to take me to the defunct Sunderland GFL website. I looked on Light Bulb Languages but still couldn't find them. Any suggestions?
    Angela Smith

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    1. Hi Angela, the French Christmas minibooks are here http://www.lightbulblanguages.co.uk/resources-christmas-fr.htm

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