Monday, 11 March 2013

Lap Books


 A lap book generally consists of a paperboard folder such as a file folder with small pieces of folded paper glued inside. These folded papers may contain facts, diagrams, illustrations, etc. related to the subject. Lap books can be adapted for any subject and grade level. Teachers and parents who use lap books with students say that they enhance creativity and critical thinking while integrating subjects such as science, language, history, geography, and mathematics, depending on the subject of the lap book.
http://www.handsofachild.com/lapbooking/


Here is a LINK to Miss Tyler-Smith's interest profile where she has a few different lap books pinned, and here is a LINK to other LAP BOOK interest boards

Here is a Link to Google Images for Lap Books


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