Create a book
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Article originally published on 8th December 2010
Have a go at making some unusual books of your own – then think about lots of different ways to fill the pages!
One of the easiest types of book to make and lovely display objects – you can stand them up and view all the pages at once.You will need (per book):
To make writing easier print out some well-spaced, lined writing grids which children can stick to alternative pages, leaving the pages in-between for illustration, or have a simple story ready printed in four separate sections, which children can glue onto alternate pages, adding their own art work in-between. Another idea is to create a story told only in pictures. This works well with this style of book, as the pages run along in a continuous line.
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