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Travel the world and become a geography expert with our Seven Continents Lapbook.
What Will Your Student Learn with the Seven Continents Lapbook?
Your student will complete basic research and learn geographical facts about each continent: Antarctica, Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, North America, and South America with this hands-on project.
Your student will also have to determine which continent is the largest, which continent is the smallest, which continent has the highest population, and which continent has the lowest population. Additionally, your student will complete some simple map work.
Seven Continents Lapbook Printables
This geography lapbook includes these ten lapbook elements in a black and white version as well as a full color version.
- Lapbook Cover Piece (two options)
- Antarctica Tab Book
- Africa Tab Book
- Asia Tab Book
- Australia Tab Book
- Europe Tab Book
- North America Tab Book
- South America Tab Book
- The Seven Continents Simple Fold
- Seven Continents Map (labeling activity)
How to Get Started with the Continents Lapbook
Follow these simple instructions to get started with the lapbook.
- Your student will have to complete research for this lapbook. Go to your local library and check out books about the seven continents. Alternately, you could use reliable websites for research. I recommend DK Find Out! or National Geographic Kids.
- Buy the Seven Continents Lapbook from the Tip-Top Printables Shop.
- Choose from two version: full color mini-books or black and white mini-books.
- Print and prepare the mini-books you want to use with your student.
- Enjoy learning all about the seven continents!
Get Your Continents Lapbook
You can snag your lapbook right here, or you can go to the shop to check out the details before you buy.
More Geography Lapbooks
We have oodles of geography lapbooks here at Homeschool Share. You will find them all indexed on our Geography Lapbooks page.