20 thoughts on “How to Make a Lapbook”

  1. This is interesting. I’ve been using File Folders with my younger ones, but this is a neat way to incorporate it with my 4th grader. Thank you!!! I’d love to see more samples and tutorials on this!!! <3

  2. Thank you! I’ve been wondering how to do this. I’d like to see an example of how to do a lap book using file folders too. My kids are 8 and 6 and 4 and I think that might be more their style for now.

  3. Thank you for sharing this. I have been wanting to try lapbooking. Every place we look seems everyone loves this. You have beautifully presented this in a simple and informative way! I can’t wait to get started!

  4. We are just starting some lapbooking with my 6 and 7 year old. May get my 4 year old in when I know what I’m doing better.

    But, I love this concept. This way, we can keep all of our lapbooks in a binder and keep them all together.

  5. Thank you sooo much. I found the idea of lapbooking on Pintrest and found the ideas to be amazing. I had been looking for the foldables and couldn’t find them anywhere. Thank you for sharing your expertise and knowledge; as well as your templates.
    Sincerly,
    Tina

  6. This is great! I like doing the file folders with my kids, but this is something to keep in mind as they grow older and I want them to record more information. Thanks!

  7. This is fabulous! I’ve looked all over, hoping to find the actual, “The Music Man” lapbook download pictured here. Is there such a thing. This was too good to be true!

    Thanks,
    Chrissy

  8. I love this! So much neater and tidier than some of the other ways I’ve seen lapbooks presented. I like the way you have it on cardstock and the way you explained each step that you go through in completing the book. Well done.

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