Jack’s “Letter A” Lapbook

Jack chose the letter A to do a lapbook on this week.  I have to say it was much easier than usual — no web searches for images or handouts, no intricate cutting and arranging.

We made some letter A’s together, found some stickers of things that started with A, found and drew some other images of A items, and called it done!  He also told me to write “A is a Vowel” on it.  He says he learned that from “Letter Factory.”  🙂

Here are some pics.

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One thought on “Jack’s “Letter A” Lapbook

  1. Hi,
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