Students snip their way into valuable thinking, reading, and direction-following experiences—and everything starts with a hands-on challenge.
We like the fact that students have to touch, fold, crease, and feel paper as they work through these activities.
The physical manipulation of paper is what makes these 15 assignments out of the ordinary. But don't be fooled—we're still after higher order thinking.
The directions are worded so carefully that youngsters can do the work independently.