A perfect book for my son; it’s about a boy who ventures into a dangerous jungle filled with wild animals to rescue a dragon!
First view of lapbook open. Two folders glued side by side. The first folder (on the left) has another folder glued in the middle that opens up.
We didn’t follow the instructions (yes, the instructions I wrote!) for some of the minit books. We also didn’t do every minit book; there were just too many to choose from!
From the left side-
Seven Terrible Tigers Math Flap Book Opened
From the Center of the First Folder
Message in a bottle (to the cat)
From the Right Side of the First Folder
Lion Facts (this is an accordion; we used the ribbon to tie around it to keep it closed.)
For all the animal fact books (tortoises, fleas, lions, whales, rhinos, etc.), Elijah did some "research" and came back and reported to me with the facts he learned. I typed them up and he cut/pasted them to the minit books.
The center of the first folder opens up and has two large sections
Kindness Matchbook Opened
3/4 Book – you can see Elmer hiding! 🙂
We used velcro to fasten and there are lots of pockets to store all his things in!
This is the second folder (the left side of the lapbook).
The dragon on the map opens up to explain the plight of the poor dragon on Wild Island.
Left Side of the Second Folder
Middle of the Second Folder
Map Opened (we simply made a photocopy from the back of the book)
Right Side of the Second Folder
(Elijah is still working on his dragon adventure story!)
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I’m trying to download he lap book my fathers dragon. Not tinding it
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