Saturday, December 11, 2010

Helpful Hint #4

As I create visuals that help the kids learn their songs, I always try to write the words on the back.  When I do flipcharts, I think it's hard to have to crane my neck around to see the front, or hold the front page out a little bit so I can see what's written on the back.  So, I use my trusty full-sheet labels and print out the phrase that the page represents.  Then I cut the phrases out and stick the strip to the page at the back of the pile.  That way, as I flip the front page to the back, it has the next phrase written on it.  My stack stays neat and clean, and I can "cheat" whenever I want to!

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