I love your SOTW lapbook and used it last year. I am switching curriculum and am using History of Us and want to create lapbooks to go along. How did you create yours? I have seen Homeschool Share's templates but they are very limited as to what you can type in. Did you create yours individually or did you import templates and add text?
I am so grateful that you put these lapbooks up but for some reason I can't find the video link to them, I saw that there is supposed to be one for Story of the World Vol. 1, but I think I am just missing it!! Can you tell me where to find it???
I love the lapbook for Vol 1 and want to start it next week. Your download says, "A video walk through of the lapbook can be seen at this link,on my blog." There is no link, however. How can I get access to the video?
Sorry I didn't see your comments about SOTW on my blog until now. I unfortunately don't have access to the video that the other blogger made about SOTW 1. She shut her blog down and I don't know her personally. Thankfully, I had downloaded her SOTW 1 lap book and people can still access it. Don't have the video though. Sorry! Hopefully you figured it out.
There is a video on youtube for Story of the World Vol. 1 Lapbook. I think that this is the original link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BUJwLIwHa_A . Is there a possibility of recording the finished product for the other three (Vol. 2,3,4) lapbooks? Or have I overlooked the how-to-assemble each element package into one big lapbook? I am at a lose of how you assembled your finished product. Thank you so much for finishing and sharing these! I appreciate your donation system as well!
I mean, I am at a "loss", not at a "lose". Thanks!
I know this is old, but I tried to click the link for the SOTW vol.1 lapbook, but it doesn't seem to work. Any chance you still have an active link to the file somewhere? Thanks. We are enjoying the vol. 2 lapbook right now.
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