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Madeline Lapbook created by Wende, Alison North, Tamara, and Ami This lapbook includes lessons, activities, and printables for the following: Rhyming Words Simple Addition and Subtractions Monochromatic Art France Human Body Organs (simple introduction) Telling Time Healthy Habits Sequencing Copywork Manners The instructions for each part of the lapbook are found on the pages for the mini- books. Materials and information on this website may be used for your own personal and school use. Material may not be shared electronically or be used for resale. © Homeschool Share

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Page 1: Madeline Lapbook

Madeline Lapbook

created by Wende, Alison North, Tamara, and Ami

This lapbook includes lessons, activities, and printables for the following:

Rhyming Words

Simple Addition and Subtractions

Monochromatic Art

France

Human Body Organs (simple introduction)

Telling Time

Healthy Habits

Sequencing

Copywork

Manners

The instructions for each part of the lapbook are found on the pages for the mini-

books.

Materials and information on this website may be used for your own personal and

school use. Material may not be shared electronically or be used for resale.

© Homeschool Share

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lines Rhyme

Time

Rhyming Words Part of the fun of this story is that it rhymes! Discuss rhyme with your student. Do you have other rhyming stories at your house? Find them and read them! Directions: Cut out pieces on solid black lines. Stack together with cover on top and staple on left side. Find words that rhyme with the words on the tabs and record them on the lines.

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light

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Madeline Math You can use the girls on the next page as manipulatives to play math! Use them for simple addition and subtraction problems. Have them line up in two rows. How many will be in each row? What if they lined up in three rows? Four rows?

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Print two copies of this page.
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In an old house in Paris

that was covered with vines

lived twelve little girls twelve little girls twelve little girls twelve little girls

in two straight lines.

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Cut pocket out as one piece. Fold back up. Wrap flaps around the back and glue down.
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Store the twelve girls in the pocket.
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Art Lesson ~ Monochromatic Illustrations Look through the illustrations in this story. What stands out to your student? Some of the illustrations are monochromatic (only one color is used). Print this free printable from Crayola twice. Ask your student to color one how-ever he wants, but to color the other choosing just one color (various shades can be used).

Geography ~ France (next page) There are two Tour de France books; one with cursive writing and one with manuscript. Choose the one that is most beneficial for your student.

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Cut out each strip (three total). Glue strips together

using the tabs. Paste pictures in the correct places.

Fold like an accordion. Tie a ribbon around the book

so that the bow is in the front. Paste back to your

lapbook. Untie the ribbon to open the book.

Can your student find these places in the story?

The Opera– lady feeding a horse

The Place Vendome– police chasing thief

The Hotel des Invalides– wounded soldier

Notre Dame– rainy day

Gardens at Luxembourg– sunny day

Church of the Sacre Coeur– girls skating

A man is feeding birds in the Tuileries Gardens facing

the Louvre (you can’t really see the Louvre very

well).

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The Eiffel Tower

Opera

Tour de

France

Cut out each strip (three total). Glue strips together

using the tabs. Paste pictures in the correct places.

Fold like an accordion. Tie a ribbon around the book

so that the bow is in the front. Paste back to your

lapbook. Untie the ribbon to open the book.

Can your student find these places in the story?

The Opera– lady feeding a horse

The Place Vendome– police chasing thief

The Hotel des Invalides– wounded soldier

Notre Dame– rainy day

Gardens at Luxembourg– sunny day

Church of the Sacre Coeur– girls skating

A man is feeding birds in the Tuileries Gardens facing

the Louvre (you can’t really see the Louvre very

well).

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The Place Vendome Hotel de Invalides

Notre Dame

Glue to back of first strip

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The Church of the

Sacred Coeur

The Louvre

The Gardens at the

Luxembourg

Glue to back of second strip.

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Cut “Flag of _______” book

out as one piece. Fold in half. Cut out flag. Color. Paste in-

side book. Older students may want to write a few flag facts

in the book as well.

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Cut out shutter book and map on solid lines.

Fold shutter book on dotted lines so that words

are on cover. Glue map into book under shutters.

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Answers–

Europe, six, cool, mild

cheese, perfume, wine

Paris

Euro, French

What is France famous for?

The capital and largest city of France is .

The currency used is the and the official language is .

France is a large country in . It is bordered by the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean.

France is often described as a country with sides.

Three are coasts. The others are borders with neighboring countries.

France generally has winters and summers, but summers are hot along the Mediterranean.

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Learn more about France! Can your student fill in the blanks?
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A laugh is a smile that bursts. ~ Mary H. Waldrip

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Wear a smile and have friends; wear a scowl and have wrinkles. ~ George Eliot

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Smile Copywork

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People seldom notice old clothes if you wear a big smile. ~ Lee Mildon

Peace begins with a smile. ~ Mother Teresa

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People seldom notice old clothes if you wear a big smile. ~ Lee Mildon

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Wear a smile and have friends; wear a scowl and have wrinkles. ~ George Eliot

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A laugh is a smile that bursts. ~ Mary H. Waldrip

A laugh is a smile that bursts.

Wear a smile and have friends; wear a scowl and have wrinkles. ~ George Eliot

Wear a smile and have friends; wear a scowl and have wrinkles.

Smile Copywork

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People seldom notice old clothes if you wear a big smile. ~ Lee Mildon

People seldom notice old clothes if you wear a big smile.

Peace begins with a smile. ~ Mother Teresa

Peace begins with a smile.

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Every time you smile at someone, it is an action of love . . . ~ Mother Teresa

Every time you smile at someone, it is an action of love.

You’re never fully dressed without a smile. ~ Martin Charnin

You’re never fully dressed without a smile.

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They left the house at half past nine in two straight lines in rain or shine - the smallest one was Madeline.

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Color each body organ a different color. Discuss the different organs and, if desired, learn more by reading various body books together.
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Math: Telling Time & Health: Routines and Habits The girls have routines and habits. They go on a walk every day at 9:30, and they “break their bread, brush their teeth, and go to bed.” What does your typical day look like? Use the clocks to map out your day. Choose five morning (a.m.) activities and five afternoon/evening (p.m.) activi-ties. Complete each clock face to show the time you do your activity. Under the flap, write the name of the activity: wake up, eat breakfast, start school, etc. Assembly Directions: Cut on solid lines. Fold on dotted. There will be two separate books when you finish.

Health: Healthy Habits Chart What healthy habits did Madeline and her friends have? (brushed their teeth, exercised each day, etc.). Discuss healthy habits with your student (eating plenty of fresh food, getting good sleep, etc.). If desired, use the Healthy Habits Chart, and ask your student to record his habits on the chart.

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Use the title pieces below to paste above the flap books in your

lapbook.

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Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

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Before M

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Brush My

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2x Each Day

Exercise!

Run and Pla

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Saturday

Sunday

My Health

y Habit

s Chart

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Cut out each of the girls on solid lines. Cut out book on solid lines. Valley fold on dotted line.

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Remembering

My

Manners

What should you say when you are mean to someone or when you hurt someone?

The minit books in this file go along with Madeline Says Merci (the always be polite book). Cut out each strip as one piece (one on each page for a total of two). Glue and fold as indicated on tab.

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What should you say when you are asking for something or need someone to help you?

What should you say when someone gives you something or when someone helps you?

What should you say when someone says “thank you” to you?

Glue this piece to the back of the first strip. Once it’s glued together accordion fold the entire paper. Glue the back of the

last piece to your lapbook.

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Say

Hello When...

Cut out each book and fold in half. Write answers on the inside.

How Can you be

POLITE?

Clip art licensed from the Clip Art Gallery on DiscoverySchool.com