I have a shoebox full of tape (buy when they go on sale). I use tape to put things in the book that need to be lifted, or anchored down quickly (glue takes a while and very rarely can fourth graders keep it from leaking out around the edges causing the pages to stick together).
These pictures are examples of things that need to be lifted because there is information on the back page that would get "lost" if I glued in. They came from a book I have and were relevant to the lesson being taught. I really didn't have a place for them to be "stored" so I had the students tape the side edge to their notebook. Technically this is not considered a good "right-hand" assignment (other then coloring and reading the students aren't being asked to reflect on any material in the lesson). I play that rule loosely in situations like this. The left hand assignment had notetaking and drawing involved so students were more engaged with the material on that side in this particular example.