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Lapbooking Adventures

I discovered the world of lapbooking a few years ago when we started homeschooling, but I have never actually used them because I was never fully prepared. 639 more words

Homeschooling

Japan Unit Study

Before we started Story of the World: Volume One, Jenna and I were learning about different countries every week. We’d get books from the library, watch YouTube videos, and (attempt to?) cook some ethnic foods from that country. 258 more words

Addition Facts Lapbook

Hello Everyone !! Today I am going to share with you a Lapbook that we did together to quickly revise our addition facts. For those of you who are new to the concept of a lap book, Lapbooks are mini projects done on a chosen subject/theme to quickly learn all the facts related to that theme. 210 more words

Addition

One Semester Down, One To Go

Well there was a huge learning curve for me this semester but I feel like I’ve kept my head above water.  I feel like I have a good grasp on what type of work challenges my kids, what is a good match for them, and what is an easy/fun type of activity to do when we all need a break.   330 more words

Teaching

Time Constraints and MiniBooks

Sometimes in a classroom it can be hard to commit yourself to doing a whole lapbook.  There’s the cost, of course (not that manila folders are all that expensive, but it does add up), but more than that, there’s the time commitment.  396 more words

Kindergarten

Lapbooks Round 2

Well round 2 of lapbooking was a (mostly) huge success and we will for sure be using them in Music Theory next week!  This time around I had 20 explorers for the kids to choose from (no duplicates) and they made a lapbook about their explorer’s life/times/accomplishments/failures/etc.   767 more words

Teaching

My First Experience with Lapbooks

I honestly think one of the most important qualities of a teacher is the willingness to also be a learner.  To keep up with changes in kids, society, education, and to increase your mastery in your content area (or to add mastery of a new one), you really have to be constantly learning and open to learning. 597 more words

Teaching