Making a lap book is a fun way for a child to learn about a topic — like the origins of our Thanksgiving holiday. You can look up facts that will interest your child about Thanksgiving traditions, and the first Thanksgiving and add in personal details — like your family's personal Thanksgiving traditions.
Open your manila folder. Fold each half in toward the center, and crease.
Cut large feather shapes from assorted scrapbook papers. Each should be 11-12 inches long, and 2-4 inches wide.
Glue the feathers in place. Start with the feather in the middle, gluing it to just 1 side.
Add the rest of the feathers.
Cut a large bowling-pin shape for the turkey head and body, as well as eyes, feet, beak and a wattle.
Glue into place. Add a scrapbooking text sticker.
Create facts and information to glue to the inside of the lap book. Use additional scrapbooking stickers as embellishments.
Lap books are a fun and creative twist on a traditional report. It allows you to use visual elements, as well as text, to create your message. As you craft your lap book, think of ways you can share your story with both pictures and words.
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