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The Long Winter Lapbook (Little House Series)

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As the closing ceremonies of the Olympics were coming to an end, I completed the next lapbook in the Little House series, The Long Winter. Munchkin is continuing to have fun helping me with the booklet layout. Per her request, I’m starting to make more of the booklet pictures in this series antiqued. She wants to be able to add some color herself.

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The Long Winter lapbook template and study guide packet is now part of the Marine Corps Nomads Homeschool Resource Library. They’re still free, but they’re now hosted right here. All of the free homeschool resources are available in one easy-access location. You can sign up for free access to the resource library below.

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9 Comments

  1. Mrs. Woody
    Mrs. Woody

    Just a big thank you for sharing all your hard work! All of your “Little House” lapbooks, as well as the presidents and states will be wonderful when we start our study of United States history sometime in October. ~Blessings!!

    August 26, 2008
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  2. Patti
    Patti

    I was not able to download several lapbooks, including this one. When I click on the link it just says “no preview available” and doesn’t allow me to download anything. I was able to download some. Am I doing something wrong?

    November 21, 2014
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    • Somehow, some of the links were corrupted. Everything should be good now. If for some reason you find that one is still not working, please let me know. Thanks!

      November 21, 2014
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  3. Joy Boyd
    Joy Boyd

    This is truly wonderful! My children are grown now and my homeschool days are quickly coming to a close, but how wonderful this would have been years ago! Bless you for sharing and I hope others find this who have little ones who will enjoy it!

    February 16, 2015
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  4. Shanwarn
    Shanwarn

    These look so great, I’m just not sure I understand how to use these. What is my child supposed to do on the blank parts of the little booklets? Draw pictures? Write the answer to the question? Thanks!

    January 31, 2016
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    • Either you or you child can write the answers in the booklets.

      February 1, 2016
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      • Shanwarn
        Shanwarn

        Thanks so much for the prompt response! That sounds easy. My daughter is excited to get started.

        February 1, 2016
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  5. MB
    MB

    As a homeschooling mom I’d like to *Thank You* for these free printables! They are a tremendous help!

    February 16, 2017
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