Turn your Word documents, PDFs, and images into an online book with page-turning effects. Choose a file from your computer, add your email, and wait for your flip book to show up in your email. Upload documents, images, photos, and even videos. You can zoom in, search, browse, and print. Share the finished product via url, social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter, or embedded into a website or blog. Although this site does require an email, they promise not to email you with anything other than you "ready to go" flip book.
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In the Classroom
Transform PowerPoint presentations into a flip book as an alternative to traditional presentations. Create a book featuring student work for any project such as biographies, book reports, math illustrations, and more. Lure your weaker readers into practicing sight words or learning support students into writing more when they see the results as an online book. Use this in art class to create a book to share about one of the genres of art. Create a book each quarter to share on your classroom website or blog featuring student work. Demonstrate how to create a book and allow students to share books for classroom projects. Share interactive books created online for students to read at learning centers. Create a lesson via pdf files and share it on your interactive whiteboard or projector. Scan/convert and save students complete research projects. Upload the pdf's as a way to share all information. Create a class book, or newsletter, including images, and upload the pdf "book" or newsletter to PageFlip-Flap. Include the url on your website to share with friends and family. Challenge students to create their own books (in cooperative learning groups) about a specific topic being taught in class. Have upper elementary or middle school students create online "little buddy books" they can share online with lower grade classrooms. If your interactive whiteboard program generates pdf files from in-class activities, why not share them in flippable form on your class website for review or absentees?