9+ Interesting DIYs to Make a Flipbook
Whether it be a school project, a family album or anything else, a flipbook is always an instant hit. Rather than going for the readymade ones, you could consider DIYing innovative ones at home. The tutorials below would provide you easy instructions in making a flipbook at home.
Fill each page with fun or inspirational quotes.
While teaching your little one farm or wild animals, fruits, vegetables, or anything else, you could make a big-sized flipbook as shown in the picture below. It would make all the information easily accessible to your kid. Adding images and using large fonts for the heading would make learning more convenient for them.
The pencil sketches make the flipbook appear like an animated one.
A flipbook like the one shown in the picture would be of immense help for not just English but other subjects as well. The methods would be similar to the ones shown in the tutorials above. Make it colorful and use markers for the main points so that they may be easily accessible to you.
The foldable flipbook would help teachers to get easy access to their classroom materials.
You could even make a flipbook on “My Family” and add hand-drawn pictures or photos of all members.
While making an index card flipbook, the alphabets may be arranged sequentially or at random.
You can use sticky notes for making a flipbook like the ones shown on the picture. Keep it as your to-do list or design something funny on it to entertain your kids.
The template below gives you an insight into making an origami flipbook with a single sheet of paper.
You could arrange photos of your family members in each section and even decorate using glitters, sparklers, or ribbons.
Your accordion book could also be colorful, like the one shown in the image below.
Create an exciting storyline for your kids to have a whale of a time.
With these various DIYs at hand, you would all set to be prepared for designing flipbooks for your kindergarteners, 1st graders as well as older kids. You could even make them as memorabilia to give away on special occasions.
Published on September 25th 2019 by Miranda Gibbs