This flip book gives teachers various strategies to actively engage students in their learning. To make the flip book: print on legal-sized paper, copy pages back-to-back with alternating pages upside-down. Once all of the pages are printed, offset them as shown in the attached picture and staple to make your flip book. Created and posted with permission by Darrin Hardman, Carrie Reed, and Nancy Strader of Nevada Reading First. Some of the strategies were adapted from the work of Anita Archer, Spencer Kagan, Miguel Kagan, David Johnson, and Roger Johnson.