I love this idea from Maureen at StrongStart. Meant for primary grades, this activity could easily be differentiated for any ability level. Using file folders with a picture glued inside, and a hole cut on the exterior that shows part of the picture, students are asked to guess the picture. Hints can be given on the outside. Older students could easily design these folders themselves, photographing or even drawing the pictures on the inside. This could be tied in to any academic discipline to review or introduce terms, characters, and settings. Visit Maureen’s blog for ideas on how to implement this in your classroom.
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