Lapbooking about Earthquakes and Volcanoes

Lapbooks may be a good way to recap some of the information in our classes about Changes to the Earth’s Surface. If you haven’t come across lapbooking yet, take a look at this introduction from The Happy Housewife (TM). Personally, I have mixed feelings about lapbooks, but they certainly produce a great visual record of the work your child has done and can be a way to consolidate their learning. If you want to make a lapbook about volcanoes and earthquakes with your child, there’s a great write up with photos on Iman’s Homeschool.

One of the lapbook images from Iman’s Homeschool.

The templates originally came from Homeschool Share, which I have used before and keep forgetting about: Volcanoes lapbook Earthquakes lapbook

2 thoughts on “Lapbooking about Earthquakes and Volcanoes

  1. northgahomeschoolfriends 19 October, 2017 / 02:08

    The link to jem is an advertisement spam site not a legit link to lesson plans or anything science related

    • scimumsam 19 October, 2017 / 06:41

      Thanks, Jen. It was a legit link when I first posted it. Maybe the site author has stopped paying for their web address. I will look for another link.

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