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The Peg + Cat Big Jig Flipbook

So  one day Cat and I were making all these drawings of us.  We stapled  them together to make a book.  And  we  flipped the pages. And it  looked like we were moving!  Like in a  cartoon! Weird, right?..

Anyway, you can make a cartoon of  us too.  Follow these simple steps, and you’ll be flipping out for your own flipbook in no time!

  1. Print out the flipbook  pages. You need just  2  sheets of printer paper  for  each  flipbook.   Thicker paper works best, but regular printer paper will work too.
  2. Cut out the small flipbook pages along the dotted lines.
  3. Stack the flipbook  pages in order from 1  through  24. The page marked 1 should be on top.
  4. Once all the pages are  in order, staple them together.  Put the staple along the left edge of the book.
  5. Use your thumb to flip through the pages and see Peg and Cat move!



Here is a printable version of the Big Jig Flipbook:

Printable- BigJig-Flipbook


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