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Adapting a Lapbook Project Pack is key to ensuring that you provide the best lesson for your student. 

At first glance, some might just skip over an activity because they feel it is too easy or too difficult for their student. 

We want you to use all the activities we provide…they are easily adaptable!

 

For example, if you have a PK-3 student the vocabulary activities might be difficult for him or her to complete.  Here are some tips to help you adapt the activities that require your student to write:

 

  1. Have your student dictate vocabulary words and their meanings as you write them.
  2. Have your child draw a picture instead of writing.
  3. You write the word or sentence first so your student can see how it is written (many of our Lapbook Project Packs also include activities with dotted lines for easy copy work).
  4. Practice.  Practice.  Practice.  In the car, on a walk, in the shopping cart!  Practice saying the vocabulary words and what they mean.  Before you know it your preschooler will be telling others what those words mean!
  5. Contact us.  We would be happy to give you ideas for adapting specific units to a grade level.

 

On the other hand, some of the activities may seem too easy for your student.  Does your 5th grade level student want to learn about butterflies, but the Lapbook Project Pack seems too easy?  Try it anyway; just change things up a bit to suit your student’s grade level and skill.  Here are some tips to help you adapt the activities to make them a little more difficult:

 

  1. In addition to writing down vocabulary words and their meanings, ask your student to use the word in a sentence; either verbally or written.
  2. Give your student one hour (or reasonable time frame) to research the topic on his or her own either online or at the library.  Give your student a set of questions and see what he or she can find without your guidance.
  3. Encourage your student to expand on the topic or choose a related subject to learn about.
  4. Take a look at some of our preschool units…there is a lot of clipart related to each topic included.  Have an older student cut these out and write a story or play about the pictures.
  5. Contact us.  We would be happy to give you ideas for adapting specific units to a grade level.

 

These are just few ways you can adapt a Lapbook Project Pack to meet the needs of your student.  Let your student be the judge if something is too easy or too difficult…you just might be surprised!