Volcano Lapbook Ideas

Editor’s Note: Here is yet another great lapbook made by Sprite, homeschooled daughter of Jimmie. Please check back or subscribe to this blog and each post will be delivered to your email box. Thanks for reading!

Volcano Lapbook Ideas

A volcano lapbook is a fun activity for student to go along with other work they may be doing for this subject. Sprite has included several mini-books in different styles and sizes in her Volcano Lapbook. The mini-books include: Inside a Volcano, Stages of a Volcano, Where Volcanoes Are, How a Volcano Erupts, Ring of Fire, and more. Mini-books make learning more interesting and fun! You can see more photos of this entire lapbook by visiting Jimmie’s Flickr photo gallery: Volcano Lapbook Photos

Volcano Lapbook Cover

Volcano Lapbook Cover

Planning Your Volcano Lapbook:
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. In her Volcano Lapbook,  Sprite included several types of Mini-Books: pop-up book, volcano shaped trifold, and more.  Any of these could easily be used as a stand alone book for a seperate activity. You can see more photos of this entire lapbook by visiting Jimmie’s Flickr photo gallery: Volcano Lapbook Photos 

 You can find more information about making Lapbooks here > Lapbooking
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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.

Inside Volcano Lapbook

Inside Volcano Lapbook

 

All photos are thanks to: http://www.flickr.com/photos/jimmiehomeschoolmom/ / CC BY 2.0 

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411431: Volcanoes: Mountains That Blow Their Tops Volcanoes: Mountains That Blow Their TopsBy Nicholas Nirgiotis / Grosset & Dunlap

The All Aboard Reading series is especially for beginning readers. Written by noted authors and illustrated in full color, these are books that children really and truly want to read – books to excite their imagination, tickle their funny bone, expand their interests, and support their feelings. With four different reading levels, All Aboard Reading lets you choose which books are most appropriate for your children and their growing abilities. Volcanoes are mountains that blow theri tops. It is a quiet day on an island. Then suddenly a mountain blows its top! It is a volcano. How does it start? What happens next? Read this amazing book and find out.

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