Students learn all about language with these fun pop-up projects. Use them as flashcards for a class game or at a language arts center.
- Westcott 5” Kids scissors
- 3" x 3" paper square
- construction paper sheet
- 1" x 5" strip of tagboard
- paper scraps
- tape or glue
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Fold the construction paper sheet in half to make a card. Choose a part of speech and describe it on the front of the card, adding decorations as desired.
On the paper square, write the part of speech, decorate it, and cut it out.
Fold the tagboard strip in half. Then unfold it and fold up a half-inch from each end. Tape the ends to the inside of the card to create a tab.
Attach the part of speech cutout to the tab. Then decorate the rest of the card. Carefully fold it closed.
Adult supervision is recommended when children use scissors.
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