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Learn all about nature’s great architect (and largest rodent!) with our Beaver Lapbook.
Thanks to Regina Clark for creating this Beaver Lapbook.
Beaver Lapbook Information
Here are some sample lessons from the Beaver Lapbook:
Beavers eat bark, twigs, leaves, roots, and water plants.
The Tail: It is wide, flat, and scaly. The beaver’s tail helps with swimming and balancing when the beaver cuts down trees. Beaver tails were once eaten by Native Americans and European explorers as a delicacy (special food).
Castor: Beavers have a gland called a castor at the end of the tail that secretes a musk used to keep their fur waterproof.
Teeth: Beaver teeth are used for gnawing, and they become sharper as they are used. A beaver’s teeth are always growing!
Webbed Toes: This beaver feature makes the beaver a powerful swimmer.
You can grab a copy of the entire Beaver Lapbook in an easy-to-print file at the end of this post.
Beaver Lapbook Printables
The Beaver Lapbook includes these mini-books:
- Beaver Tales Bound Book
- What Does the Bible Say About Building? Mini-book
- Beaver Idioms Fan
- Beaver Vocabulary Tab Book
- Beaver Diet Matchbook
- Beaver Tail Warning Matchbook
- Beaver Classification Flap Book
- World’s Largest Rodent Shape Book
- Beaver Features (Anatomy) Envelope Fold
- Books I’ve Read About Beavers
- A Beaver’s Life for Me Layer Book
- Beaver Map
- I’m an Animal Detective Clipboards
How to Get Started with Your Beaver Lapbook
Follow these simple instructions to get started with the Beaver Lapbook.
- If you want, go to your local library and check out books about beavers.
- Print the Beaver Lapbook.
- Choose and prepare the mini-books you want to use with your student.
- Enjoy a week of reading and learning all about the building beaver.
Download Your Beaver Lapbook
Simply click on the image below to access your free Beaver Lapbook.
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