Lapbooking in our homeschool is a creative way to flesh out homeschool studies. Most importantly making lapbooks in our homeschool is just plain fun! I know that moms who are new to homeschooling with lapbooks have questions about how to get started with lapbooks. I’m always interested in where to find free homeschool lapbooks. Plus lots of homeschool moms want to know how this whole lapbooking this is supposed to work. That’s why we’ve complied a HUGE list of free homeschool lapbooks, plus links to articles and lapbooking resources, to help you get started!
How To Lapbook
Lapbooking is super easy, usually messy, and a whole lot of fun!
How to Make a Lapbook – Homeschool Share
How to make a large lapbook wth 3 file folders – Flap Jack Lapbook
How to Start Lapbooking – Jimmie Lanley
What’s a Unit Study and a Lapbook? – Jen Grice
How to Make Lapbooks – Faithful Provisions
What Is a Lapbook and How do I put One Together? – Homeschool Mosaics
How to Make a Lapbook – Fire How
Secret Door Foldable – Ideas For Teachers
Beware of the 3 C’s of Lapbooking – Tina’s Dynamic Homeschool Plus
How to Make A Simple Lapbook – Heart Of Wisdom
Making a Lapbook – Teach Beside Me
How to Make a Graduated-Pages Book – Book Zoompa
Lapbooking Made Easy – Marine Corps Nomads
Lapbooking – A Teacher’s Idea
Below you will find an organize homeschool resource list that is categorized by specific lapbooking topics. You’ll find free animal lapbooks, math lapbooks, history lapbooks, geography lapbooks, and so many more!
|The Grouchy Ladybug Groundhogs Lapbook|
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Notebooking Success only $6.79!
Homeschoolers who enjoy lapbooking usually enjoy getting into notebooking studies as well! My friend Jimmie Lanley from The Notebooking Fairy has created a wonderful resource for homeschoolers, Notebooking Success. From the site, “For far less than the cost of a single workbook, Notebooking Success teaches you, the homeschool mom, a learning technique that is applicable to all academic areas for every student you teach regardless of grade level.”
The Great Kapok Tree
WHEW, okay – that was exhausting! 😉 Exhausting in a fun, free lapbook, sort of way. Please leave the links to any additional free lapbooks that you’re aware of online. We’ll include them in our list.