Lapbooking through Life Science: Free Mammals Lapbook

Lapbooking through life science

Lapbooking through Life Science Series:

“Lapbooking through Life Science” is a series in the making.  Our first lapbook on Mammals is now available as a free download!  Scroll to the bottom of the page to download yours now for free.

Science Learned from Living Books:

Our approach to education is Classical with a strong Charlotte Mason bend.  So, for science we have chosen living books over textbooks, and a focus on a single content area (following the trivium).  We use a set of books that is similar to the ones recommended by Susan Wise Bauer in “The Well Trained Mind.”  This year the content area we are studying is Biology, also known as Life Science.  Life Science covers the animal kingdom, the plant kingdom, and the human body.  For our “spine” we have selected 3 books.  These books are all published by DK Publishing and are high quality from cover to cover:  First Animal Encyclopedia”, “First Human Body Encyclopedia”, and “Plant (Eyewonder).”  They are all thorough in the scope of information and written well for the elementary years (grades 1-4).  They have engaging pictures, interesting facts, and the feeling that only a living book can bring.  These three books can be found at most local libraries, and with our accompanying lapbooks, make a solid science curriculum (for free!)

We will soon have the entire lapbook series, encompassing all three books, available as a free dowload.  Soon to be published will be lapbooks on Birds, Fish, and Invertibrates.  In the mean time, you can go check out our posts on Life Science or see our finished Lapbook here. 

Sometimes book budgets can get tight, and Science curriculum can be very expensive.  Having searched all over the internet for affordable classical science curriculum, I realized it’s just not that easy.  That’s when we decided to build our own.  More than anything, I want the Lapbooking through Life Science Series to be a blessing to other homeschooling families.  Please feel free to share this link and spread the love!

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  1. says

    Thanks so much for linking up to Trivium Tuesdays! I’m excited to browse your blog. I, too, am classical with a Charlotte Mason bend. We just finished doing our first lapbooks and my son has been asking what we will do next. I’m going to check out yours! I hope you will link up again tomorrow!

  2. ah0302 says

    I thought I just left a comment, but maybe it got lost. Let’s try this again…I’m so glad that you linked up to Trivium Tuesdays! I too, am classical with a Charlotte Mason bend. We just finished up our first lapbooks and my son is asking what we are going to do next. I’m going to check yours out! I’m also excited to browse your blog. I hope you will link up again with us tomorrow!


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