Penguin Lapbook

We were so busy during the Children’s Bible Class that I posted about before, that we had a hard time keeping up with everything. So one morning I said to the kids, let’s do something on a preschool level that we would all enjoy. John Deere Boy came up with this idea and it was a hit–learn about Penguins. We had already seen the Easy Make & Learn: Penguin book, so I knew that there was some great printouts that we could use for a lapbook and other fun projects. So we picked up a couple of really great DVD’s and wala we had a short unit study that was stress free for mama!! Sometimes that really comes in helpful. So if you’re ever looking for a fun, short, easy unit that all ages will enjoy, this was a great one.

Penguin Lapbook

A very happy boy showing off his first lapbook! Each of the kids colored one of the penguins on the front and they plastered the lapbook with stickers. I thought that was the part my three-year-old would get into. Well, of course, he did, but so did the other two. This lapbook was actually a team effort by the three of them. He needed help so we helped him out.

Penguin Lapbook

Here are all of my kiddoes with their penguin masks and lapbook and, of course, the stuffed penguin. Now if you could just see them waddle too!

The really interesting videos that we all enjoyed about Penguins were: March of the Penguins, Nature: Waddlers & Paddlers and Life in the Freezer. All of these were very good and interesting. They appealed to all the ages in our home 3 – 32. None of them are from a Creationist perspective though, so you have to weed out some stuff. We’ve got our kids well trained at this point on that subject. Whenever they hear the words “millions” or “billions” they shout “Wrong!”

We didn’t read any books on the subject. Did I say I was busy? We watched videos and they worked on their lapbook while I made lunch. We were squeezing school in here and there!

6 thoughts on “Penguin Lapbook

  • April 12, 2009 at 5:29 pm
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    What great lapbooks. They came out really good.

    Blessings,

    Dawn

  • April 12, 2009 at 5:44 pm
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    Well penguins are almost my favorite bird. I love them to pieces, but I'm not willing to live at the south pole to enjoy them. I'll settle for your kids! Do I have to come up there to see them waddle? Is your video camera broken?

    Your Moore Academy teacher!

  • April 14, 2009 at 10:53 am
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    Your little boy looks so happy and proud. :-)

    We're doing Mr. Popper's Penguins, so thanks for the video suggestions. My library has all three, so the two we haven't seen are now on reserve.

    alegnacb

    http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Love_to_Lapbook/

    Hundreds of alphabetized links to lapbooks on a variety of topics

  • April 14, 2009 at 9:20 pm
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    That looks like they all had lots of fun! Love the first picture of your little guy~he looks so happy with his book!

    Becca TimeWellSpent

  • April 15, 2009 at 8:33 am
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    Those are great! We are also working on Penguin lapbooks, after reading Mr. Popper's Penguins!

    btw- I came over here from Love to Lapbook yahoo group, love your blog!

    http://deldobuss.wordpress.com

  • May 9, 2009 at 9:23 am
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    Neat!

    Erna @ Simply Lapboooks

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