How to Make a File Folder Lapbook

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Are you a teacher, parent, or grandparent looking for an easy and inexpensive way to spark your child’s creativity? Try making a lapbook! All you need are a few file folders and some tape and you’ll have one made in no time!

File Folder Lapbook

The inspiration for this lapbook came from Ronda Duvall’s site Hands On Bible Teacher. I used it as a review activity for my preschool/early elementary Bible class students but it can be easily modified to fit your needs. You could make it smaller or include a different number of pages. Use it for a nature study, sketch journal, photo album, scrapbook – whatever you can imagine!

What You’ll Need

Putting it All Together

Here’s a video that will demonstrate exactly how to make the blank lapbook and then show you how we used ours in class:

I’d have to say that the completed book was one of the most ambitious projects I’ve ever done with my Silhouette but the result was worth every minute!

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File Folder Lapbook

I hope you’ll try making a lapbook to use in your own classes or as an activity with your kids or grandkids. If you have any questions, leave me a comment below and I’ll try to help. If you’ve got some ideas to share, I’d love to hear those too!

Until next time,

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