Thanksgiving Lapbooks

I’m finally getting our Thanksgiving Lapbooks posted on here. Thanksgiving came at the right time this year! We had just finished studying Jamestown so studying about the Pilgrims was the next chronological thing.

The books we read on this subject were Squanto And The Miracle Of Thanksgiving, Stories of the Pilgrims, The Thanksgiving Story and we continued reading This Country of Ours.

The books we got most of our printouts from for our lapbooks were History Pockets, Life in Plymouth Colony and Easy Make and Learn Projects: The Pilgrims, the Mayflower and More. We got one printout from and we used some of the timeline figures from Amy Pak. We also used some stickers that we picked up at Michael’s in the scrapbook section.

Here is Zippy and her Thanksgiving Lapbook:

Be sure to check out her whole set of pictures on Flickr as she has some really neat pop-ups in this lapbook that she did a really great job on. You can see her set by clicking here.

Now here is John Deere Boy and his Thanksgiving Lapbook:

We hope that you will be able to take the time to see his pictures, at least his interactive map on Flickr. You can do that by clicking here.  He is very fortunate to have had his lapbook displayed on the Thanksgiving Lapbook lens on Squidoo by Jimmie.

And because I know somebody is dying to know what his shirt says, since it shows out from under his lapbook, I will tell you. It says: "When it comes to education, there’s no school like home." We got it at our homeschool convention last summer.

4 thoughts on “Thanksgiving Lapbooks

  • December 11, 2008 at 8:10 am

    Very cool lapbooks!

    Erna @ Simply Lapbooks

  • December 11, 2008 at 12:54 pm

    Wow love the Thanksgiving lapbooks. Great job!! Thanks for stopping by my site today. My son loves the legos too. Someone also gave me the idea to laminate the ABC and laminate a picture word to go with each letter . Then tape them to the big duplo blocks. They stack them then together by beginning sound. I stuck that one in my memory for later use since My son isnt quit ready for that but thought I'd share .


    Edited by Angelheart on Dec. 11, 2008 at 12:55 PM

  • December 22, 2008 at 1:47 pm

    What a great job!!! Looks like fun, where did you get your lap book stuff??

  • September 7, 2009 at 7:32 am

    Because of changes with how Flickr and Squidoo cooperate, the pics are no longer there on the lens. BUT, I've linked to the photoset as an alternative.

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