By making "fortune tellers", students will revise the key vocabulary and facts of a topic of your choice.
Most folk know how to make fortune tellers, and most teachers will have had to confiscate their share over the years - so why not use them in a positive way?
This project is most suitable younger pupils, those with poorer literacy skills, or those who are normally less-motivated in your subject.
Step 1: What you need.
If your kids know how to make fortune tellers, all you need is some squares of paper, which can be easily made from standard rectangular sheets.
You will also need an idea of what to put in the fortune teller.
I typically select twelve key words from the topic, focusing on words the class find hard to spell, or forget to use correctly.