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Friday, January 11, 2013

Holland Lapbook

This is another lapbook that my oldest daughter and I made several years ago. We got the overall template from homeschoolshare.com here. We chose the country of Holland, since that is where some of my ancestors are from. My parents both had grandparents from Holland. 

On the front cover, we found a color map of Holland/ the Netherlands, printed and cut it and placed it on a blue file folder. We also used red file folder, since those two colors are stripes in the Holland flag (along with white). 

Left folder open:
Left flap:
People- native name= Nederlanders!, population, history
Capital (Amsterdam)
Fun fact (We wrote about the Rim City)

Center:
Religion
Religions- Most common/ least common
Popular Sports
Education (School is compulsory between 5-16, etc.,)

Center flap up:
What's Cookin'? (includes my Grandma's Ollie Bollen recipe)
Fun Fact (2)
Can you believe it? (2)
Recipes (We included Jan Hagel cookies and Bankett (sp?)

Center blue folder:
Are we there yet? (map and how long would it take to get there?)
Climate
Flag Facts
Geography- Area, Lowest Point, Highest POint, Rivers
Where is the World is Holland?  (continent, color on map)
Fun Fact (The port of Rotterdam is the largest port in Europe.)

Left flap- red folder:
Weather Patterns (average temp's in different seasons)
Borders-Land- Belgium and Germany
Borders- Sea- North Sea on north and west
Left flap (blue):
Famous person (we chose Johannes/ Jan Vermeer, and have a mini-painting printed!)
Languages spoken in Holland (15!)
Do you speak my Language?

Center- red folder- flap down:
Holiday traditions (we wrote about St. Nicholas Day on Dec. 6)
Birthday traditions (My favorite part was about crown birthdays at 5, 10, 15, 21 years!)
Wedding traditions
Famous Artist (mini-book shown open--we chose Vincent Van Gogh)
What type of Government? How does it work?

Right flap: 
Animals (we wrote about popular and seen in zoos/ parks)
Explorer
Center flap up:
Traditional music/ Traditional Dancing (clogging!)
What time is it at my home?/ What time is it in Amsterdam? (clocks under flaps)

Center- red folder:
Count to ten (each number and pronunciation)
Alphabet (and how letters pronounced)
Missionary (We wrote a small bio about Corrie ten Boom.)
Major industries (windmills, cheese, delftware, tulips, etc.,)
Back cover:
The Little Hero of Holland (adapted from Etta Austin Blaisdell and Mary Frances Blaisdell)
Printed photo of windmills and tulips

You can find out more about the Netherlands/ Holland here.

We really enjoyed making this lap book about discovering more about the country of Holland (the Netherlands)! We enjoyed learning about the people, places and culture of a new country that we didn't know lots about. My daughter helped with the cutting and some of the writing. We enjoy looking at this lapbook occasionally and seeing what we made and relearning it too!



2 Timothy 1:5
I am reminded of your sincere faith, which first lived in your grandmother Lois and in your mother Eunice and, I am persuaded, now lives in you also.


Exodus 20:12
“Honor your father and your mother, so that you may live long in the land the LORD your God is giving you.


Ephesians 6:2
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