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  1. The “Design Your Own” part 4 link is broken. Please help!

  2. I use a recycled/upcycled dishrack to store my lapbooks, you can see pictures all over pintrest with similar ideas. I find that it is perfect to store the ones we have done at the back and ones we are working on at the front. Great ideas thanks Cathy
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  3. The Cheap Chick link isn’t working? I use the duck tape method to store mine but have found I have to use 2 pieces instead of folding it over.

    Cheyrl

  4. Thank you so much for your website!!!!! I have been lapbooking for about 10 years and have found your resources invaluable.

  5. Hello! I am new to Homeschooling as of this school year. I have 4 kids of my own grades 5,3,1,and Pre-K and I have an extra child 2 days a week that I is in 1st grade as well. I love the idea of lapbooks and think they make learning so much more fun and interactive! The only issue that I am having is that I am not sure where to find the books that teach the lessons… If there even are specific books for that. I am looking to do the My Body Lapbook by Robin Diedrichs and have already printed the entire thing out for all my kids, but now I need to know where to find the lessons. Thank you so much for your help on this matter. I really appreciate it!!

  6. thanks 🙂

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  1. […] In social studies we covered many different topics. I typically chose to teach about things I felt she was ready to learn. Some of the topics I covered was Community Workers, the state of Texas (our home state), the states of America, Our city, Holidays, Basic Human Needs, and Needs vs wants. One of the weeks  for our study of Texas, we did a lap-book. Most of the materials was listed on homeschool share- Connections U.S.A. but I also pulled other materials from other sites. If you click on the previous link, there are resources for all the states and if you would like to add you own, check our their lapbooking resources. It has “type it in” lap-books where you can fully customize your materials that go into your lapbook, templates, the Master Lapbook List, youtube video about lapbooks, and of course a link to their blog that tells everything about lapbooks. This is especially great if your new to lapbooking so check out the Lapbook Series. […]

  2. […] In social studies we covered many different topics. I typically chose to teach about things I felt she was ready to learn. Some of the topics I covered was Community Workers, the state of Texas (our home state), the states of America, Our city, Holidays, Basic Human Needs, and Needs vs wants. One of the weeks  for our study of Texas, we did a lap-book. Most of the materials was listed on homeschool share- Connections U.S.A. but I also pulled other materials from other sites. If you click on the previous link, there are resources for all the states and if you would like to add you own, check our their lapbooking resources. It has “type it in” lap-books where you can fully customize your materials that go into your lapbook, templates, the Master Lapbook List, youtube video about lapbooks, and of course a link to their blog that tells everything about lapbooks. This is especially great if your new to lapbooking so check out the Lapbook Series. […]

  3. […] We have found that a good time to learn about other countries is when doing a special project or making a lapbook for schoolwork. You can find lots more information about making lapbooks here. […]

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