Using Art to Remember Science We had been doing a Lapbook Lesson from the children’s literature on ‘Swimmy’ by Leo Lionni. (For my Free Lapbook Resource on another storybook, click Here.) This was one of the Hands On session where the kids used real fish to do their fish prints. It was also an opportunity to let them recall… Read More Art There Something Fishy Here?
For those who have missed my first few series, please view 1/4 Lapbook, 2/4 Lapbook and 3/4 Lapbook. This post will touch on 1) How Does Lapbooking Benefit My Children? 2) How Does Lapbooking Benefit the Different Learners? 3) What Does the Resource Pack Contain? 4) How To Use the Materials for High Readiness (HR) or Low Readiness (LR) Children? 5) Where Can I… Read More Pssst… Mum invited a Furry Stripey Guest! (Part 4/4: Free Resource)
This is a part of my Lapbook series. For those unfamiliar, do click on Lapbook Part 1/4, Lapbook Part 2/4 before reading this post for a better understanding. Before you think Wah! Why is she teaching her kids such stuffs when they’re so young??( which was my reaction when first exposed to this lapbooking idea) Or… Read More Pssst… Mum invited a Furry Stripey Guest! (Lapbook Part 3/4)
If you have missed the introduction of this Lapbook series, please read Lapbook Part 1/4 before proceeding. This Lapbook is tailored for learners who have learnt their alphabets. ( ages 3 years and above depending on their learning abilities) For older children, it can be adapted by asking them to copy the words instead of giving a print out. For… Read More Pssst… Mum invited a Furry Stripey Guest! (Lapbook Part 2/4)
This is part of the Lapbook Series I have written. This post is on Source 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… Read More Pssst… Mum invited a Furry Stripey Guest! (Lapbook Part 1/4)
Source: The End In Mind When I was first exposed to this idea, it was from a local context. After the local experience, I did my own research. It was then a revelation to me that lapbooking is actually a very common practice and was prevalent in our western counterparts (especially to the homeschoolers). Eversince… Read More Minibooks within a DIY Big Book? What’s that?