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This Stuart Little Lapbook includes printable activities based on the book by E.B. White.
Stuart Little is no ordinary mouse. Born to a family of humans, he lives in New York City with his parents, his older brother George, and Snowbell the cat. Though he’s shy and thoughtful, he’s also a true lover of adventure.
Stuart’s greatest adventure comes when his best friend, a beautiful little bird named Margalo, disappears from her nest. Determined to track her down, Stuart ventures away from home for the very first time in his life. He finds adventure aplenty. But will he find his friend?
Thanks to Louise Fadina for helping with this Stuart Little Lapbook.
Stuart Little Lapbook Printables
This Stuart Little Lapbook is simple; it is more of a book report lapbook than a unit study. It includes the following mini-books for your student to create a Stuart Little Lapbook.
Use this book throughout your study to record new words and definitions.
Chapter 1: In the Drain
Who is Stuart Little? Describe him inside the mini-book.
Mini-book: Meet Stuart!
Chapter 2: Home Problems
Use the mini-book to describe ways Stuart helped around the house.
Mini-book: Helping Out
Chapter 3: Washing Up
Describe Stuart’s morning routine. What things have the Little’s done to make life easier for Stuart?
Mini-book: Washing Up!
Chapter 4: Exercise
Stuart ended up in the window shade – how did he get there?
Chapter 5: Rescued
George rescues Stuart Little. Write about it in the mini-book.
At the end of chapter 5 Stuart said that everyone would have to draw their own conclusions as to how the hat and cane got in front of the mouse hole. Pick one of the characters, Mr. Little, Mrs. Little, George, Stuart, or Snowbell, and write a short conclusion from their point of view as to how the hat and cane may have got there. Remember, only Snowbell knows the truth!
Mini-book: The Mystery of the Hat and Cane
Chapter 6: A Fair Breeze
Stuart went on a journey. Describe what happened, where he went, and who he met.
Mini-book: On a Journey
Chapter 7: The Sailboat Race
Describe the boat race.
Mini-book: The Race
Chapter 8: Margalo
Stuart got stuck inside the fridge. Inside the mini-book, draw a picture of what he saw.
Mini-book: Inside the Fridge
How did the Little family take care of Margalo? Record information in the bird shape book.
Mini-book: Margalo Bird Shape
Chapter 9: A Narrow Escape
How did Stuart end up in the middle of the ocean? Describe his rescue.
Mini-book: A Narrow Escape
Chapter 10: Springtime
What was Snowbell’s plan? How did Margalo escape?
Mini-book: Margalo’s Escape
Chapter 11: The Automobile
Dr. Carey told Stuart, “Never push a button on an automobile unless you are sure of what you are doing.” Why was this good advice? What happened when Stuart pressed the button?
Mini-book: The Automobile
Chapter 12: The Schoolroom
What are the important things in life according to Stuart?
Mini-book: Important Things
Chapter 13: Ames’ Crossing
What did Stuart write in his letter to Harriet?
Mini-book: The Letter
Chapter 14: An Evening on the River
How did Stuart prepare for meeting Harriet? What happened to the canoe and how did Stuart react? What would have been a better way to react? Record Stuart’s adventure on the river inside the mini-book.
Mini-book: Evening on the River
Chapter 15: Heading North
Stuart Little is still looking for Margalo. What do you think happens next? Where does he go? Does he find his friend? Use the mini-book to record what you think happens next to Stuart.
Mini-book: Heading North
Stuart Little Lapbook Sample
This Stuart Little Lapbook sample was made with one file folder and a center extension (a piece of cardstock taped to the center section).
How to Get Started with the Stuart Little Lapbook
Follow these simple instructions to get started with the Stuart Little Lapbook:
- Buy a copy of the book, Stuart Little, or borrow one from your local library.
- Choose and print the lapbook printables you want to use with your student.
- Enjoy a week of literature lapbooking with your student.
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