Word Terms Mini Book

Hey everyone!

Today I bring you the 2nd part of the making of my english reference lapbook. Over the last few days I made this little booklet. It tells you what each of these terms mean; adjective, noun, pronoun, verb, adverb, preposition, conjunction and interjection. This is just one of the MANY different ways to make a booklet for your lapbook (I will be making lots of different types of mini booklets, flaps etc. stay tuned!). You could put anything in it. Here’s how I did it…

1. Cut out as many pieces of paper as pages you want (I wanted 9 including the title page). Each page should be slightly bigger than the last; I did 1cm bigger but depending on what your putting on the page you might do more.

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2. Line up the pages to check everything fits right.

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3. Staple them together.

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4. Decorate the title page…

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5… And the inside (I penciled in lines as I’m bad at hand-writing)

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6. Spread glue on the back of the book.

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7. Stick the book in your lapbook and ta da! That’s it. Your lapbook adventure has begun.

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I hope you’re enjoying these lapbook posts! I certainly am. I do love lapbooks. 😀

Thanks for reading,

sophofbread

 

 

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