Coral Reef and Five Senses Lapbooks

October 17, 2009 at 9:39 pm Leave a comment

Here are two quickies for you:

The big kids worked together to do this coral reef lapbook, free at  The paper airplane looking thing is Rebecca’s five paragraph essay about coral reefs.  Joshua was in charge of folding it and attaching it to the lapbook, hence the airplane look.



Below is Samuel’s preschool five senses lapbook.  The two “My Five Senses” pieces are from the internet.  The one is from Homeschoolshare at

I can’t remember where the other is from and can’t find it online now!  The rest of the pieces I made for him.  They can be found at the Simply Lapbooks Yahoo Group which you can join by clicking on the link in the side bar to the right.

Here are the pics.

sense1Samuel is four years old.  He can read, but he was saying things like, “Something looks smelly.”  The lapbook helped him get all that straightened out.  There is actually one more piece that hadn’t made it on here yet.  Circles stapled together.  Each one reads something like, “I see with my eyes.”



Entry filed under: Homeschool, Lapbooks (and Notebooks).

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