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Tuesday, September 18, 2012

First grade lapbooks

We have been using the Five In A Row (FIAR) curriculum this year with our first grader. The curriculum is a little simple, and needs something extra to fill the time each day. Lapbooks are the perfect time-filler and curriculum enchancer!  I have found a bunch of FIAR lapbooks on the website Homeschoolshare.com. They have lots of FIAR resources for each manual (there are four), and for each title that is discussed each week. I like the notebook titles, which I have printed, laminated and use on our calendar in the "Book of the Week" section. I also like the copywork which has one sentence to trace from each book. Each book also has a related lap book, which I have been printing each Friday, doing some prep work of cutting, and then working on a few mini-books each day to complete one lapbook each week!

I also like the Draw-Write-Now go-alongs, showing in the Draw-Write-Now books how to draw different people, animals and things from the books. I have ordered a few of the manuals and hope to use them more this fall!

So far the first three that we have done are:
Madeline by Ludwig Behmelmans
Lentil by Robert McCloskey
Who Owns the Sun by Stacy Chbosky
Madeline- cover
Body Organs chart
Benefits of Exercise pull-tab
And the smallest one was Madeline- size ratio booklet
Clean Hands tab book
Center of lapbook- open (I don;'t know why it is turned!)
Rhyme Time tab booklet
Tour de France- a photo tour of the main attractions in France
Remembering My Manners
How can you be Polite?
Say Hello when...
Where is the World... is France?
In an old House in Paris... twelve little girls go in pocket
Right flap-
Symmetry booklet
Flag of France
France info booklet

Back cover- illustration to color from the book

Lentil lapbook
Front cover:
Notebook title (with lemons)
Illustration copied from book

Inside center open:
Harmonica Info
She'll Be Coming Around the Mountain lyrics/song booklet
Patriotism- definition
Center:
Whole equal to... half/ quarter booklet
Ohio info page book
Small Town Life/ My map of Alto (an activity from Monday)
Right flap:
Dogs/ cats in book
Ohio direction from Colorado
Gifts and Talents mini-book
Back cover:
Where is Ohio? coloring page

Who Owns the Sun lap book
Front cover:
Three min-books with definitions for squint, windmill and wanderer
The Sun booklet
"I wonder" questions booklet
Center open:
Big Jim descriptions
New Colors included in book- mauve, chartreuse, etc.,
Where is Mississippi? info booklet
Food Groups with illustrations
Southern States
Question mark or period book/ sentences
Simple Machines booklet- illustration and definitions for lever, wedge, pulley, etc.,
Back cover:
How I can show love- My daughter wrote/ dictated:
hugs
kisses
help them up
give a band-aid
give a present or a card
make a meal or food
give candy
draw a picture

I love how each of them turned out, they are great! I love all of the learning that took place too!
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1 Kings 3:3Solomon showed his love for the LORD by walking according to the instructions given him by his father David, except that he offered sacrifices and burned incense on the high places.

Psalm 17:7
Show me the wonders of your great love, you who save by your right hand those who take refuge in you from their foes.

1 John 4:9
This is how God showed his love among us: He sent his one and only Son into the world that we might live through him.

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