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Print-and-Put-Together: A Ready-To-Go Middle Ages Lapbook


Make an attractive Medieval Lapbook without the usual hours of teacher preparation. Read about each of the 7 fascinating medieval themes, then print that topic’s accompanying booklet to complete and assemble. The only other supplies each student will need are a file folder, scissors, a pen/pencil, and a glue stick. Topics are The Armor of a Knight, The Feudal System, the Feudal Hierarchy, The Medieval Manor, Social Classes, & Medieval Food & Drink. Note: A color printer is recommended for some of the booklets for best results.

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With this Print & Put Together” eBook, you can download & make a MIDDLE AGES LAPBOOK without the usual hours of planning or preparing. This lapbook really is “Ready To Go” to make life easier for you.

Print the prepared pages, grab a file folder, scissors, a pen/pencil, & glue, and you’re all set. Your child(ren) will read the information needed for each mini-booklet and then put them together, decorating and embellishing as he or she wants. *A color printer is recommended for best results.

Medieval LapbookHere is the front of the completed lapbook . So professional, and all this without stress! And we could all use a little less stress!!

The lapbook has room for 7 unique booklets of different shapes and sizes on medieval times:

imageFirst, your child reads about a knight and his armor, and then creates the Armor Trifold.

imageThen, read more about the feudal system and make a tabbed mini-book, filling in the pages with information about kings, nobles, knights, & peasants. The younger kids have the option to cut out the information and glue it in, while the older kids have lined blanks to fill in themselves.

imageThe Feudal Hierarchy Triangle is a colorful visual of the feudal system to make next.

imageLarge, color pictures illustrate the reading on the medieval manor, followed by that booklet.

imageThen comes the Social Classes Octagon, illustrating the medieval society of “those who fight,” “those who pray,” and “those who work.”

imageLastly comes paragraphs telling what kinds of things people ate and drank in the Middle Ages, with a tabbed column booklet to fill in & put together.

When all is said and done, your child’s lapbook will look something like this. Of course, how they arrange their mini-booklets in this space and how they decorate everything will make it all their own.

Middle Ages Lapbook




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