- Answers to numerical questions
- True/False/Multiple guess
- How many questions have I answered today?
- What number question am I on?
- Help triage/ Traffic Lighting
- Scores in a quiz
Anything you want as you can put whatever cards in!
They're easy to make: all you need is card, 20mm ring bindings (available on amazon or ebay), a laminator, a hole punch and some scissors.
Print out your pictures/ numbers. 4x4 works quite well
I chose three white numbers 1-9 and then coloured: A,B,C,D, True, False
Cut your numbers down to thin, individual rectangles and laminate them
Cut out the numbers, hole punch them and attach them to the binding rings.
The base is made by folding card (I laminated it first to make it more child-proof) into quarters, stapling it into a triangular pyramid and punching holes.
And T'Dah... one flip chart.
I have one on each desk to measure progress throughout the lesson. Let me know if you have other uses!