Top 5 Lapbooks of February

February has officially graced us with its presence, and with it brings brand new monthly planning. Below, we’ve listed the top 5 lapbooks for February that both celebrate history and teach valuable lessons.

1. Study a President

Study a President Lapbook

This means any President! Use this lapbook with the 18 hands-on activities to learn about important dates, country of origin, family, early life and occupations, election and office facts, impact on national history, qualities and characteristics of the president, and more. Better yet, tie it in with some important dates this month: Abraham Lincoln’s birthday is February 12, George Washington’s birthday is February 22 and President’s Day is February 20.

2. Valentine’s Day

Valentine's Day Lapbook from In the Hands of a Child

Valentine’s Day is more than just “Roses are Red, Violets are Blue,” but do your children know that? Teach them all about the history of the day, Saint Valentine, the symbols, etc. with this lapbook.

3. Great Inventors and their Inventions

Great Inventors and Their Inventions Lapbook by In the Hands of a Child

Do you have a mini-inventor on your hands? Grab this lapbook and learn about the greatest of our time, such as Johannes Gutenberg, Galileo and Benjamin Franklin. Better yet, you can tie this in with Thomas Edison’s birthday on February 11.

4. America’s Civil Rights Movement

America's Civil Rights Movement Lapbook from In the Hands of a Child

Not only is it Black History Month, but it’s also Rosa Parks’ birthday on February 4. This is a great time to teach your children that every citizen is entitled to their own civil rights, however there are those in the past who have had to fight for these rights. This lapbook covers the years 1954 through 1968.

5. The Cardiovascular System

The Cardiovascular System Lapbook from In the Hands of a Child

Today, February 1, is Healthy Heart Day. Teach and show how the complex cardiovascular system works.

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