About Make-a-State Activity and Home School In the Woods Our Thoughts on Make-a-State Activity Pak
|Covers attached to front (included in zip file)|
|My Youngest's First Page|
|My Oldest's First Page|
|Menu when opening Zip file|
|Start Menu easily lays out each activity--clicking the links takes you straight to the pdf!|
|Store the completed pieces in each folder pocket|
|Clear Directions to follow for each project|
|Activity 10: State Government|
The largest con for the Activity Pak series, and most of the other products from Home School in the Woods, is simply that you have to have a good printer, lots of paper, and a large quantity of ink to complete it--AND you have to be willing to do prep work. This isn't an open and go until you get each project ready. As a lapbook friendly mom, I enjoy the prep work, so it doesn't bother me.
Want to Know More About the Activity-Pak Series and Home School In the Woods?
One last thing--Home School in the Woods just announced that they are releasing A-La-Cart Projects! Now you will be able to buy just individual projects that you need instead of an entire unit! To kick it off, they are currently offering the A-La-Cart Project for the Erie Canal for FREE, by adding the project from the list into your cart and then entering "alacarte" in the discount code bar at check out. There are currently about 50 different projects available for purchase!
If you want to see me using Home School in the Woods with a LAPBOOK, you can read my review of the US Elections Lap-Pak--to see us go for a notebooking style, visit my review of the HISTORY Through the Ages Project Passport World History Study: Ancient Egypt we did earlier this year!