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We completed all of our activities for Ohio in one week, but there were several books I wasn’t able to fit in that I wanted to do something with, but I didn’t have quite enough for a full second week, so we moved on. I’ll probably talk about those more in my post at ABC & 123.
What’s included in the lapbook:
My Great Invention– Ohio is the home to the Invention Museum, and I found a great book about inventions taking place in Ohio. The kids designed their Lego creation and then wrote about it in their book.
Covered Wagon– Anything that is a cut and paste is a hit around here. This was no exception. The boys loved figuring out how to best protect people and what they REALLY needed. The girls loved filling their wagon with kitchen stuff.
Neil Armstrong, what I want be when I grow up– After reading about how hard Neil Armstrong worked to become an astronaut we talked about what we need to do to get the job we really want when we grow up.
State Symbols pages – another ladybug. I really wanted to do something with the trilobites, but couldn’t think of a good activity. Anyone have a good trilobite activity?