Civil War Lapbook Ideas

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Civil War Lapbook

This Civil War Lapbook was made by Sprite, daughter of Jimmie, a homeschooling mom located in China. Sprite does a great job of making interesting lapbooks, and I love featuring them on this blog. You can see larger photos of this entire lapbook by visiting her Flickr photo gallery: Civil War Lapbook Photos. Many thanks to Jimmie and Sprite for letting me share their lapbooking skills on this blog. Be sure and visit Jimmie’s blog, Jimmie’s Collage, and read about more of their homeschooling activities.

Civil War Lapbook: Cover

Civil War Lapbook: Cover

Sprite uses lots of mini-books inside of her lapbook to make it more interesting and a fun learning experience. She uses several styles and shapes of minibooks. Always plan out your lapbook ahead of time. Decide which minibooks to use for each topic and where they will be placed within your lapbook. You can also use minibooks for small stand alone projects.

Civil War Lapbook: Inside

Civil War Lapbook: Inside

Sprite has used several notebooking pages inside of this lapbook. She suggest using sheet protectors and paper brads to affix the notebooking pages to the lapbook.

For more information about making your Civil War Lapbook, view all pages of the lapbook on her Flickr photo gallery: Civil War Lapbook Photos.
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71862: The American Civil War--Grades 4 to 7 The American Civil War–Grades 4 to 7
By Cindy Barden / Carson-dellosa Publishing Llc

Explore the motivations, battles, culture, people and events that occured during the time of the Civil War. Short essays introduce a new historical topic, which are then followed by critial thinking, reading comprehension, and review questions. An answer key is included. 62 pages, softcover. Middle and Upper grades.

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Additional Civil War Resource:
Appomattox Court House Historical Park >>

You can find more information about making Lapbooks here > Lapbooking

Again, for more information about making your Civil War Lapbook, view all pages of the lapbook on her Flickr photo gallery: Civil War Lapbook Photos.

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