Make a face booklet
The Make a face booklet will give lots of opportunity for talking about feelings. It is a flip book where the eyes and the mouths can be turned and faces made in different combinations. Very easy to print and put together quickly. Perfect for young children or children with ASD. You could easily cut into cards if you prefer to do that and use it in that way. Children could have a go at drawing their own eyes and mouths, pop a few extra blank sheets in before stapling.
Print the cover and back page in card to hold it all together. You can print the rest in card too but because of the thickness you will need a strong stapler with longer staples or use a spiral binding machine to hold together. Simply cut along the horizontal line until you reach the vertical line on every page. Do this carefully so that when all the pages are lined up they will turn easily. You will also need to fold each section back to the front cover so the pages turn easily. Children can make so many faces with these eyes and mouths combinations. There are 14 different eyes and 14 different mouths.
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