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Adding FUN to Your Homeschool
If you are like me, each year of homeschooling, I find myself looking around,
remembering that last year, I said I was going to make “next year” more fun. So,
where’s the “fun?” Maybe next year?
Well, it doesn’t have to be that way! You can add “fun” while introducing a new way of
learning: Lapbooks. Your child will be able to use his hands to create a wonderful
display of his studies. (Shhh…don’t tell him that he is still learning something…he’ll
never know!)
Lapbooks remind me of the old fashioned ‘pop-up” books from my childhood. They are
merely file folders and paper booklets that are folded in all types of unique ways. They
may be used for any subject and any age.
When relatives or friends come to visit, your child will love pulling out these prized
possessions and showing them off. But..the best thing is…your child will truly remember
what he studied. It’s been proven that the more senses a child uses when studying a
topic, the more he will retain. By creating this treasure himself, your child will
experience this increase in information retention, and an excitement about education will
be renewed.
Here is your chance to try it out for yourself! Go to this LINK to receive your FREE
complete Ancient Rome Lapbook in Ebook format. All instructions, templates, and study
materials are included. Beware….you may get “hooked!” I certainly did!
Happy lapbooking!
Cyndi Kinney, R.N., Ph. D.
Cyndi is the owner of Knowledge Box Central, www.knowledgeboxcentral.com. The
company specializes in Lapbooks, CopyWork, Notebooking, & more. Just released:
“Stages of the Ages ™ Timeline Notebook” and “The Images Bearer ™ Charlotte Mason
Planner. You may email Cyndi @ Cyndi@knowledgeboxcentral.com

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