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New to lapbooking: ideas for Trumpet of the Swan?


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Speaking of "involved lessons" I'm also not great. I'm about a 4 or a 5 on a scale of 1 to 10 with Farrar being a 10.


I've never done a lapbook and would like to. We're reading Trumpet of the Swan again and it's hard to miss how appropriate this book would be for further study.


Can anyone point me to a Trumpet of the Swan lapbook?


Or if you think I can do it myself -- would you please speak very slowly and outline for me what I would need to do?


I don't get how kids do those tiny book things that go onto a lapbook. I doubt my kids can write that small. Where do kids find pictures of swans to cut out if we're using library materials.


Thank you!



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