About The Old Testament Hands-on History Activity-Pak
Our Thoughts on the Hands-on History Activity-Paks
|What pops up in the zip folder|
|Each of these is clickable--and you can print off the pdf it pulls up.|
There are two options now. Once you have the Project Directions printed out, it is far easier to know what you need and what you can do. These activities technically do NOT need to be done in order--especially for the Bible, as you may be studying something specific which has a matching activity from this lap book. So jump around! I chose to start with Activity 1 because it was a good review...I had two options. I could either pull up the pages I needed to print from the *Start* page or I could pull up the pdf masters and find it on the list.
Just as a note--I have been told from several Chromebook users that there is something extra that has to be done to pull up the start page, so if you have one of those there may be a need to contact the company for extra help. Otherwise, pulling up the zip file folders is super easy.
Here are photos of the two different ways you can pull up all the information you need for completing the activities in the lapbook...the first is what you can find on the *start* screen...
|Easy to follow menu on the Start screen|
If you don't really need them in order, you can simply click the word *pdf* from the zip file and then the Lapbook Masters and you get a complete list of all the pdfs you need for the activity pak.
|Genealogy from Adam to Joseph|
|Daniel and His Three Friends|
|Trimming things down|
Once all the various activities are completed, you can store them all to attach to the file folder lapbook portion when all done--but I always lose things! LOL. So I attach them as we go following the Lap Book Assembly directions I print off when we start.
|Great directions to know where everything goes!|
When the Activity-Pak is done, it really makes a great manipulative to review and to keep on hand for future studies. It also is very easy to store! I have several of these stored in my annual portfolio collection I keep for the boys' work.
Our Thoughts on the Product
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One last thing that popped up as we were working on this review was the news that Home School in the Woods had completed their Project Passport: Ancient Rome! It is now available for purchase and they have even added it to the download bundle for a the complete Project Passport series!