What is a Lapbook?
Lapbooks provide a way for your child to record details about what has been learned about a particular topic. What makes lapbooking fun is that the information is recorded in little booklets that your child cuts out and folds. Some booklets require a staple or two or even a brad, but they are all simple booklets that children can do. The booklets are glued inside of file folders that have been refolded to look like shutters.
When the lapbook is finished, your child will have a 3-D presentation of all of his work. Your child will enjoy looking at something he has created and will want to show Dad, grandparents, and even friends!
Last week we discussed ten reasons to try lapbooking. This week we are going to talk about a few supplies that can make lapbooking a little bit more “crafty”. Personally,...
Lapbooking has great benefits for many children, and I fully believe nearly every special needs child can greatly benefit too. Reasons it can help special needs children are: engages both...
One question I get asked frequently is: How do you store all your lapbook supplies? For our family, I just managed to accomplish this. First I purchase a little green...