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Theodore Roosevelt Lapbook by Hands of a Child

I adore Hands of a child lapbooks? They are entirely prepared for you. In the Theodore Roosevelt lapbook they give you 60 pages, which includes 20, hands on activities for your lapbook as well as the research pages plus you get a list of books, websites and links to construct a well-formed study of Theodore Roosevelt. And did I mention that they also give you all the components to complete this lapbook?! However, you will need to supply some scissors, glue, paper and a file folder etc. the supplies you need are minimal.

There are many ways you can use this lapbook too. Because they only give you a guideline to follow you can construct you lapbook however you see fit. You can use it just like a lapbook, use it in a notebook style, only use portions of it or however you see fit to use this project pack.

 There may be a lot of cutting involved, but I took the activity information page folded it in half, glued the two sides and put the components in the pouch. I made sure I printed and pre-cut all the activities so that it made it more fun for my kids. I have a 4 and 7 year old so the cutting is a bit much for them. That way, I have all the activities cut, ready and in order. Makes for a more patient lapbook time.

 I highly recommend the Theodore Roosevelt lapbook by Hands of a Child to enhance your study of one of our great presidents and your USA history studies. You cannot make a mistaken with this project pack. I find children as well as myself have a greater chance of remembering the information when we include hands on projects with our studies. And this project pack give all you need. 5 out of 5

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