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Yearbooks: Making Books To Celebrate The School Year
Celebrate the school year with five end-of-the-year book projects for grades pre-K through 8. What makes these books special is that they are collaborative publishing efforts. Individual students... More > prepare the pages which are copied on a photocopier. Students then bind books that have writing, drawings, or photos from everyone in the class. They can also be made as individual end-of-the-year books that students and parents will treasure in the years to come.< Less
Making Books for Young Learners
Making books gives young children a creative way to learn subject matter while developing basic skills. They gain fine motor control as they fold paper and use scissors, hole punches, and glue. By... More > taking part in a sequential activity, they learn to follow directions and pay attention to details. Making Books for Young Learners is packed with seventeen projects, detailed step-by-step directions, and lots of reproducible pages to make bookmaking easy and fun for you and your children.< Less
Getting To Know You
Celebrate identity with four fun bookmaking projects: All About Me, Who Am I?, Acrostic Name Poem, and Everybody Is A Star. For children from pre-K to 6th grade.
Four fabulous books from folded squares of paper that are favorites of kids and adults alike. The first of the Workshop Papers Series.
Entertaining Eight: Step Books
Eight entertaining ideas for using the step book including Very Hungry Caterpillar books, a counting book, a Where I Live book, and a Family Tree. This style of book works for children of all ages.