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Tiger Lapbook

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Last year we did a unit study on India. My son made an India Lapbook and we did some arts and crafts and cooking as well as watching some interesting documentaries on life in India’s slums and Tiger conservation. At the time my daughter, Samira really wanted to make a lapbook about Tigers but I couldn’t find a free one online.

I recently found one by Homeschool Share which she made in her own time as a personal project. You can download the files for the lapbook HERE.

This is what the lapbook looks like when opened out.

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The front of a lapbook contains a full page of information on Tigers that Samira researched from her animal books.

This multi-flap book shows the classification of a Tiger.

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In this accordion book Samira wrote one fact under each body feature.

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These are question and answer flaps.

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The tiger folds down to reveal a question.

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Samira wrote the answer to the questions inside the flaps.

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This is a tab book about the different species of Tiger.

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The Big Cats book contains 6 flaps. Under each flap Samira wrote facts about each of the big cats.

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This is a fast facts page.

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These small shutter books are for vocabulary words. Samira wrote the word on one side of the flap and it’s definition on the other side.

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These two flaps contain information about a tiger’s teeth and about its home and habitat.

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Inside this folding flap Samira write about the features and ways in which a tiger hunts its prey.

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Finally on the back of the lapbook is a word search with lots of words related to tigers.

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