Tuesday, August 15, 2017
Make Your Own Mini Books
Mini books are a great way to help reinforce various Bible stories and topics. You can find some that you can buy and there are some that are free at various websites. But sometimes you want to have your mini book to go with your version of a Bible story or emphasize certain aspects of a topic. Or you may want your students to make their own mini book. Here are some templates that might come in handy:
homeschoolshare.com- Several different kinds of booklets you can print out for free
practicalpages.wordpress.com- One Page Mini Book Templates
vickiblackwell.com- Several different kinds of booklets you can print out for free
brighthub.com- learn how to make mini books in MS Publisher without using a template
sparklebox.co.uk- Editable Fold Over Mini Book Templates
eslprintables.com- This template is a ready minibook to be fill in. You need to add your pictures and text.
melzwritingwiki.pbworks.com- Mini Book templates are created in MicroSoft Office. They are templates which include text boxes for you to include any question or instructions at the top of each page of the Mini Book. Clip-art can be inserted on any page. Instructions for folding.
ehow.com- How to Make a Mini Book Off of Word 2007
dedicatedteachers.wordpress.com- Here is a template for you to start preparing your own minibooks. It’s fully editable.
practicalpages.wordpress.com- MS Word (editable) and PDF mini book templates
Coloring Pages- you can add various black and white pictures that your students can color
Free Religious Coloring Pages
Clip Art/Graphics- clip art you can add to your mini books
Free Bible Clip Art and Graphics