DONE! The boys want to continue looking at Viking books so we may add to these, but I have officially declared the lapbooks finished! I found the booklets for this lapbook free at Homeschool Share. If you are considering lapbooking this is a great spot to start. Each kit we've used has enough research that I don't have to spend a LOT of time (some time) finding answers, the patterns are there and BRIEF directions. NOW - if you need to know how to ASSEMBLE the things - be sure to read the files, visit You Tube, OR be humble enough to throw yourself at the mercy of crafty blog readers. ::grin::
Unfortunately, lapbooking seems to be taking over our school. I'm even wondering if I should bag TOG for the younger boys and do a bunch of lapbooks for the rest of this year. It's funny - because none of the kids here really liked making lapbooks until this year.
OK - with this lapbook I added....rubber cement, SUPER GLUE and tape runners....to our lapbooking adventure. We also added the whole "shape" thing vs. manila folders.
Zander's Viking Book
Yes, the books are similar but here are some of Nolan's favorite booklets.
Nolan's Viking Book
Norse Weapons - great job Nolan
This booklet labels the parts of a Viking Knorr and a Viking Longboat.
You can see more of our lapbooks at Our Lapbooks Page.
Now....on with the Renaissance!