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1017 Spiders Lapbook

Grab a flashlight and a magnifying glass and do a little spider watching!  You won’t have to travel far to find one.  There are more than 35,000 different kinds of spiders and they can be found living in every part of the world.  Learn about the different types of spiders and how they are more helpful than harmful in the Spiders Project Pack.  This 83-page unit includes a 10-page Research Guide and 22 hands-on activities to help your student learn about these eight-legged arachnids we call spiders!
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Kimberly submitted: At the Thanksgiving family gathering, my 8yo son was showing off his latest HOAC lapbook (spiders); my sister (who habitually ridicules our homeschooling efforts) was very impressed with the spider book, and how much my usually reticent son was able to discuss the subject. Kudos, HOAC


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In the Hands of Your Child


 What is a Lapbook?

  • A 3-D presentation of what the child learned during her study
  • A collection of mini books and graphic organizers pulled together into a series of file folders
  • A hands-on approach to learning, replacing worksheets or other monotonous learning tools
  • A scrapbook
  • A unit study
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Bringing Laughter and Learning Together

 In the Hands of a Child


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November 5th, 2009
I used this lapbook with my daughter who is in 1st grade. We both enjoyed learning about spiders and putting the lapbook together. This lapbook is definetly worth the money as it would have taken me weeks to put together the information and resources [...]
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File Last Updated:
October 25, 2010
This title was added to our catalog on October 24, 2005.