Let children pretend that they
get to design a stamp! Let
them make five different
designs, pick their favorite and
make it into a larger version.
Cut out and use to decorate
|Prince Lapbook Titles
This is a printable set of
titles you can use to label
the different pockets within
your prince lapbook.
|Prince Mission Lapbook
Here is a video depicting how you can
make your own Prince Mission
Correspondence Lapbook. The main
purpose of this lapbook is to serve as a
nice place to keep everything related to
corresponding (writing, phone, email
ect....) This is just a suggestion of what
you can keep in here, and you can use
the pockets for whatever your child
wants to put in it.
|Since our Prince Lapbook is on Correspondence, here are some very useful books about letter writing and the
post office. Below that you'll find some great Christian Prince Books for you to cherish with your son.
|Correspondence Lapbook Links
Paul's Enthusiasm Lapbook
Interactive Letter Writing
Letter Writing Lesson Plan
K-2 Mailman Lesson
Parts of a Letter Printable
Make a Mailbox
Unique Envelope Templates
|This page is full of resources you can use to
make your Prince Lapbook. I've included
some custom Prince minibooks that I've made,
along with numerous links to useful resources
on the web. This lapbook is geared towards
Pre-K and early elementary children, but if you
have older children you could use the
resources as a starting point on what to include
in your lapbook.
|The Squire and the Scroll: A Tale of the Rewards of a Pure Heart
By Jennie Bishop / Warner Press
Little girls worldwide have embraced Jennie Bishop's best-selling morality tale The Princess and the Kiss--and ever since its publication, parents have been clamoring for a companion book for boys. Here's the answer! This captivating adventure follows a young squire who travels a long, dangerous road beside his brave knight on a quest for their king. The action builds until the final face-off with the monstrous, evil dragon. Only then does the Squire learn of the secret beyond the cave that ends in a joyous celebration for the entire kingdom.
|I'd Be Your Hero: A Royal Tale of Godly Character
By Kathryn O'Brien / Standard Publishing
Every little boy longs for treasure to discover and obstacles to overcome, and when he is praised for his adventures, he is a hero. While eating his breakfast one morning, a little boy declares to his mother, "If you were a queen, I'd be your hero." Thus begins their royal adventure featuring treacherous moats, jousting tournaments, and kingdom-wide explorations. Throughout the journey, he learns important character traits from God's Word. This whimsical story with charming illustrations is recommended for ages 4 to 8.
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|The Ultimate Lap Book Handbook
By Tammy Duby & Cyndy Regeling / Meggie Dee Press
An absolutely fantastic resource for parents looking at starting homeschooling, or wanting to see what the Lap Book phenomenon is all about, The Ultimate Lap Book Handbook is filled with personable, practical advice. Written by Tobin's Lab's Tammy Duby and Come Sit by Me author Cyndy Regeling, you'll find over 50 field-tested and kid-approved step-by-step projects. The benefits of lap-booking, as well as the myriad ways in which to create a lap book, are covered with classic homeschool wit, charm and know-how. \