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Homeschooling: All Things

Multiplication Pocket Games by A Journey Through Learning

You have never seen a Lapbook like this before. This is a cross between a lapbook and a file folder game. And I love it! File Folder games are great way of allowing the child to have fun all while they are learning. And what homeschool parent does not like their children to have fun and learn at the same time?! Ok, there are a few things you need to complete this project…scissors, glue, paper and a file folder and a printer.

The graphics in Multiplication Pocket Games are all in nice vivid colors and in the theme of space and space ships. My son loves outer space so this was a perfect theme for him. This 57-page book has beautiful graphics that are ready for printing and then having fun while you both lay them out onto your file folders according to the layout plan they recommend. Then once you are done, have some fun while your child is learning their multiplication facts.

Multiplication Pocket Games by A Journey Through Learning is for your elementary aged child. Of course like with any lapbook style project there is a lot of cutting involved here. You have a couple choices with this. You can pre-print and then pre-cut everything and then have your child attach it all to the file folders. Or you can have him/her help you cut it all out. I guess it would just depend on your child and how skilled they are with the scissors.

I love Multiplication Pocket Games by A Journey Through Learning. This is such a fun project to do with the kids and I know your child will love learning their multiplication facts with this lapbook/file folder game especially for the price of only $9.10. 5 out of 5

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