We finished our World War II Homeschool History Free Unit Study and now have the completed lapbook showing where we put all of the minibooks.
World War II Homeschool History
Like most all of my lapbooks, you can let your student write as much as he wants or as little. Because we do lapbooks as enrichment, I never fuss too much over what Tiny writes versus what he uses premade.
Even if he writes a little, this hands-on tool is better for reviewing than a worksheet. Also, in this unit study he got to hold a primary source, which was his grandfather’s ration card. Anytime I can make a personal connection to history for my boys it makes a unit study meaningful.
Too, there are so many subtopics to cover in this unit study that we just could not cover them all. I hope you like this study as much as we have.
You can click on the category for World War II Homeschool History Free Unit Study and Lapbook to see all of our hands-on activities and to grab each minibook for this lapbook.
Also, I have put a link here for each minibook below.
Download the three free minibooks – Manhattan Project, Vocabulary Pocket and Words and Anne Frank here.
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