How to make mini-books is a question I get quite often! What is it about a mini-book that makes it so appealing? Students see one and want to fill it with pictures and writing! So a win-win situation: You get your students to write more, and your students get a mini-book! So, read on to find some fun ways to make mini-books with or without a mini-book template!
How to Fold One-Page Mini-Books
There are several different ways you can fold 1 piece of paper into a mini-book that doesn’t require any staples! You can use blank copier paper or colored paper, or you can use the super cute themed mini-book templates from my store. Either way, you and your students will have mini-books galore!
Check out this video that shows several different ways you can fold paper into mini-books!
How to Make Mini-Books with More than One Piece of Paper
These mini-books are fun and easy to make but usually need to be fastened together somehow. Using a stapler is the easiest way, but I am going to show you a few other ways that you can make these types of mini-books.
Check out this video that shows how to make mini-books with more than one piece of paper!
I do have a blank mini-book template that you can print and use in my Free Resource Library!
If you were interested in the pre-printed mini-books for your classroom writing center, you can learn more about them here:
I hope that you found the information in this post valuable! Go and fill up your classroom writing center with all your fun new mini-books and watch your students get excited about writing! Pin the image below!