Do you have boxes of pictures and mementos, along with loosely stuffed baby books, sitting in the back of the closet? These bits and pieces of the past are part of your family legacy, and you and your child can use this four-week unit study to assemble scrapbooks that will help tell your family stories for generations to come.
Did you know that Thomas Jefferson and Mark Twain were avid scrapbookers? Did you know that girls included hair weavings in their scrapbooks in the 1800s? I was amazed to find out that Mark Twain probably made more money from a scrapbooking invention than he did from royalties on his books! Some of the interesting topics in this study include:
The color wheel and color theory
How to dry flowers
In addition to assembling family scrapbooks, your students can use the ideas in this study to create wonderful memory albums for each unit study they do. Perfect for reminding students of all they’ve learned!
The Scrapbooking study is part of the Unit Study Adventure series, designed to be a four-week study for grades K-12. The daily lesson plans have been written in two levels in this study:
Lower Level (elementary grades)
Upper Level (junior/senior high grades)
Join us for hands-on, interactive learning that lets your student’s creativity develop as they learn with the Scrapbooking unit study!
Unit Study Adventures
4-Week Unit Study
Grades K – 12
Don’t forget that these are digital studies and can be used on computers, tablets,
smart phones, and other mobile devices, too.
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