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Homeschooling: All Things

Me and My Body by A Journey Through Learning

Lapbooks are a great way of teaching on a certain subject with a very hands on approach. There are, of course, a few supplies that you will need to have on hand like some scissors, glue, paper and a file folder and of course your child. But these supplies are minimal and you most likely you have them sitting around your home.

 Me and My Body by A Journey Through Learning have all the components all laid out for you. The graphics are all in nice bright colors and ready for you to print and lay out onto your file folders. It even gives you a suggested layout of all the parts. They also include some reading suggestions, games to play, songs to sing and even art projects to do with your child.

 Now, Me and My Body by A Journey Through Learning is for a preschooler and maybe even a kindergartener, but your older kids can for sure help out with some of the cutting and pasting if your little one does not have those skills yet. This way you can get the whole family involved. But if you do not have older ones, what I have also done in the past is I pre-printed and pre-cut all the activities so that it makes it more enjoyable for my kids and makes it go a bit faster while we are learning about our bodies! However, there are many ways you can use this lapbook too. They give you a layout to follow in putting together your lapbook, but you can put it together however you want! I have used some of my lapbook projects as notebooks instead or even used them on boards. That’s the beauty of lapbooking. You can do it however you want to.

 I highly recommend the Me and My Body by A Journey Through Learning for your preschooler. This will not only start them on their journey to learning but also make them feel involved with school with the other kids plus you know kids retain more of what they learn when they use hands on projects. 4 out of 5

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