Letter D – Alphabet Lapbook Resources & Example

Letter D Lapbook

Alphabet Lapbooks For Threes & Preschoolers

This post continues our Alphabet Lapbook Series – we are on the Letter D! We found some new web site with lots of resources. You will find a list of sources for the components below!

Letter D Lapbook Inside All

Web Site Spotlight: Education.com

Education.com features free worksheets and activities for Preschool through High School. The activities range from math games to to phonics to arts and crafts.  They also offer workbooks and educational games and apps for sale.  They also offer School and College program search tools.  You must register at their site to use the free resources, but it is worth the extra email in your IN box!

Letter D Lapbook Inside Right

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Instructions & Direct Links For Lapbook Components

Lay one file folder inside the other and staple together as seen in the second image above. This creates a pocket for worksheets and coloring pages. This is how I made our lapbooks; for other methods see this post for instructional YouTube videos.

Cover Cardstock Letters: Cut with my Cricut Expression machine, using the Plantin Schoolbook Cartridge.

Inside Left: ‘Sing Out D’ poem/coloring sheet from the book Poems and Rhymes and Things to Do Now That I’m a Toddler, Too.

Inside Middle: My First Letter D Mini Book and Tracing Sheets: First-School (free). Donkey Mini Book: First-School (free).  Cardstock dragonfly, pocket, and tags: cut with my Cricut Expression machine, using the Mini Books Cartridge.  Dinosaur: Free Publix activity book.

Inside Right:  Letter D Book: I made my own at Twisty Noodle, or you can use the pre-made book (free). Cut-and-paste duck: Kumon First Steps – Let’s Cut Paper!  Cardstock pocket and accordion book: cut with my Cricut Expression machine, using the Mini Books Cartridge.

Have you found other great resources for alphabet lapbooks? Please comment below!


Copyright 2013 Kathryn Depew


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