One of the things I've always loved in it are the directions for making a miniature bookcase filled with miniature books. I'm thinking that perhaps as we move into our study of the South Pacific, we'll document our learning by making a collection of miniature books about each topic. Since I have found that making the small books and folders is time consuming and that lap books go together more easily if they are made ahead of time (I still have the children make them, though), I think perhaps we'll spend some time making a bunch of little books and then fill them in as we go.
If you haven't seen this book I highly recommend it, though it isn't always easy to find. It continues to be one of those resources I go back to over and over again.
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