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“Origins” Lapbook by Ace (Age 8)

Here is the third and last lapbook on Origins. This one is by Ace.

If you’d like to see the sources that we used for these mini-books please see my¬†previous post. All of the writing in this lapbook was dictated to me by Ace, but he did all the fancy designing and coloring in his lapbook. He also completely designed his Creation Days Wheel.

The cover:

Cover of "Origins" Lapbook

 

The spread:

Inside of "Origins" Lapbook #1

Inside of "Origins" Lapbook #2

Vocabulary:

Vocabulary Book

Vocabulary Book



The Flood:

The flood



The Fall:

"The Fall" Tabbed Book #1

"The Fall" Tabbed Book #2

"The Fall" Tabbed Book #3



Why history is important:

"Why History?" Hamburger Fold Book #1

"Why History?" Hamburger Fold Book #2



Tower of Babel

"Babel" Slider Book #1

"Babel" Slider Book #2



Science Hoaxes:

"Evolution Hoaxes" Pocket Book #1

"Evolution Hoaxes" Pocket Book 2



Mt. St. Helens for a Young Earth:

Mt. St. Helens" Shape Book #1

Mt. St. Helens" Shape Book #2

Mt. St. Helens" Shape Book #3

Mt. St. Helens" Shape Book #4



Why Creation:

"Why Creation" Hamburger Fold Book #1

"Why Creation" Hamburger Fold Book #2



Ice Age:

"Ice Age" Accordion Fold Book #1

"Ice Age" Accordion Fold Book #2



Dinosaurs:

Dinosaur Shape Book #1

Dinosaur Shape Book #2



Evidence of a Young Earth:

"Young Earth" Fan Fold Book #1

"Young Earth" Fan Fold Book #2



Creation Days Circle:

Creation Wheel Book



If you’d like to see the other posts on this topic, here are the links:
How it All Began Unit
Zippy’s “Origins” Lapbook
JD’s “Origins” Lapbook

1 comment to “Origins” Lapbook by Ace (Age 8)

  • Ann @ His Grace To Me

    We did a similar mini unit at the start of our ancient history studies one year. I’m inspired by your children’s hard work to add more detail the next time I go over this with my youngest. Thanks for sharing!

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