Lapbooks are such a fun way to keep track of what your children are learning! They are fun to create (kids really love those interactive elements) and make wonderful keepsakes to enjoy in the future. One of my favorite places to find great lapbook resources is Home School in the Woods. This post includes affiliate links. Activity Pak series from Home School in the Woods
Hands On History Artists Activity-Pak by Homeschool in the Woods “Hands-on” is the perfect description for this product because there really isn’t much reading and text except for what is presented when doing the activities. That makes it ideal for the tactile learner. You can first do the learning projects and activities of your choice and then later use them to build the lapbook. An
At a Glance Product: Considering God’s Creation published by Eagle’s Wings Educational Products Age Level: 2nd thru 7th (adaptable curriculum) Use: Stand alone science curriculum (36 lessons) or a nice supplement for the notebooking side of science. Teacher Prep: Minimum to Moderate/Cut and Paste Format: Workbook, Teacher’s Manual and CD (Workbook is filled with cut and paste notebook pages.) Teaching Method: Notebooking approach Cost: $29.95
Lapbook style learning in high school? Absolutely! I have two very visual boys who tend to shy away from normal question and answer, fill-in-the-blanks style learning. When we started high school science with a “real” textbook, I was hesitant about using the review questions in the way they are presented. After a little research, I found Live and Learn Press’ Learn N’ Folder Notebook specifically
Our family enjoys lapbooking. We don’t use lapbooks for every single unit we complete, but I like to find two or three really good lapbooking units to use throughout the school year. I find my self going to Hands of a Child quite often when looking for the perfect fit for our lapbooking needs. Their units are typically thorough, easy to implement and well organized.