This is part of the Lapbook Series I have written. This post is on
For a detailed explanation on Lapbooking, please read HERE before continuing.
1) How to fold a lapbook
2) What is this lapbook about?
Basically, I expanded the above Literature into various aspects of learning for a meaningful and holistic study on life itself. This was designed for my boys when they were 3 and 4 YO. I wanted learning to be meaningful and practical. Therefore when we went for The Tiger Who Came To Tea theatre experience, I tapped on that experience and followed up with a lapbook.
The lapbook learning consists of the following below.
a. Sequential Learning and Memory Recall
There was a visitor, and Sophie’s mummy had wondered ‘Who can that be?’ I used this as a starter for memory recall on the order of whoever was mentioned by Sophie’s Mummy.
- From the story, there was the milkman and I wanted to introduce where milk came from.
- Classification of Mammals , Carnivore, Herbivore, Omnivore and the Types of Big Cats.
- Dairy vs Not Dairy food
c. Concept of Time
- Different Meal times of the day
- Using analog clock template
d. Introduce Mandarin and Music (Mother Tongue)
- 2 mandarin songs which is related to the character and plot.
e. Visual Arts
- Observation Study of Fur coats
- Tiger Habitat
- Concept of Big and small
- Mealtime Prayers
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