Read Write Think provides teachers, particularly reading and writing teachers, with a wealth of information and teaching resources. One neat resource of theirs that I recently learned about through Doug Peterson is their flip book maker. Read Write Think's flip book maker provides a template for students to use to create and print a ten page flip book. Students can use the flip book maker to design pages that contain various combinations of text and images. The flip book maker provides drawing tools that students can use to create original drawings to illustrate their stories.
Applications for Education
Read Write Think's flip book maker is a nice little tool that elementary school students could use to create short fairy tales and other fiction stories to print and share with their parents.
Here are some related resources that may be of interest to you:
Word Ahead Vocabulary Videos
WeboWord - Vocabulary Visualized
Three Ways the Brain Creates Meaning