How do I make a file folder?

How do I make a file folder?

Create a new folder when saving your document by using the Save As dialog box

  1. With your document open, click File > Save As.
  2. Under Save As, select where you want to create your new folder.
  3. In the Save As dialog box that opens, click New Folder.
  4. Type the name of your new folder, and press Enter.
  5. Click Save.

How do I make a folder in construction paper?


  1. Get 6 pieces of paper.
  2. Staple two pieces together, leaving the top unstapled.
  3. Repeat step #2 with the other two pieces of paper.
  4. Fold one piece of construction paper.
  5. Staple the shorter sides together, leaving the top (longest edge) unstapled.
  6. Repeat steps 4 and 5 with the other piece of construction paper.

What is Lapbooking for homeschool?

Lapbooking is a homeschooling method in which students make mini-books that include details from lessons they have studied. After children complete a collection of mini-books about a larger topic, they put the mini-books together in a large folder.

How do I make a paper pocket folder?

All you need to do is,

  1. Fold the paper in half like a book.
  2. Open the folder and paste a length of tape to the bottom of one side of the paper.
  3. Carefully paste the other side on top of the tape, from edge to edge.
  4. We also added paperclips to the design, to hold the upper half in place. But, that’s completely optional.

What is a lapbook and how does it work?

The base of a lapbook is a file folder refolded to open like window shutters. It’s refolded in order to fit on a student’s lap so he can easily hold and manipulate it. The inside of the file folder is filled with miniature books (mini-books) and other components that are a collection of what the student has learned about a certain topic.

Are lapbooks worth it?

No! Lapbooks are great for a variety of reasons. Lapbooks are an amazing tool for review. The lifting, flipping, and flapping of the mini-books provides a fantastic tactile experience for your student. Reading and reviewing the lapbook will help to cement the concepts your student has learned.

Where did the inspiration for this lapbook come from?

The inspiration for this lapbook came from Ronda Duvall’s site Hands On Bible Teacher. I used it as a review activity for my preschool/early elementary Bible class students but it can be easily modified to fit your needs.