Kids love making stuff – it doesn’t ALWAYS have to be with technology.
Maybe I’m feeling a little nostalgic, but do you remember the paper origami fortune-tellers from when you were a kid? Those were so much fun!
Since they were so much fun, I thought maybe we could figure out a way to use them in the classroom. Guess what!!?? Someone has a blog with a blank template and different educational cootie catchers:
Here are some ideas of how it could be used:
1) foldable with vocabulary words or terms, concepts, definitions, examples, or illustrations of the concept.
2) different tasks for students to compete.
3) discussion questions or writing prompts for students.
Here is a great example of how a high school Biology teacher used cootie catchers as a unit review assignment:
I can see lots of other creative possibilities for this retro foldable. Since it’s the end of the year, I challenge you to try something wacky and…
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