Aug 202008
 
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My son completed his 10 plagues book yesterday.  He did a really good job on it.  It took him forever and it about drove me crazy, but I was mostly successful at holding my tongue and letting him work at his own pace.  That is a huge accomplishment for me.  The pictures are hand-drawn, then scanned and resized to go with his text.  Here is his book minus the cover because I just noticed it has his full name on it.

10 Plagues Book

10 Plagues Book

10 Plagues Book

10 Plagues Book

10 Plagues Book

10 Plagues Book

10 Plagues Book

10 Plagues Book

10 Plagues Book

10 Plagues Book

10 Plagues Book

10 Plagues Book

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  8 Responses to “10 Plagues Book”

  1. Tell your son he did a awesome job on the 10 plagues in Egypt. I am going to have my daughters try to do that some point in the next school year.

    Way to go!

  2. I love the book. GREAT!

    Blessings,

    Dawn

  3. Well done!…to both your son for his work on the book…and YOU for letting him do it himself. 🙂 I'll bet that had to be hard.

    Edited by gidget on Aug. 21, 2008 at 12:52 PM

  4. That is a GREAT JOB!

  5. So when is he getting published? 🙂

  6. Hi there! What a neat book idea! 🙂

    Yes, I do sleep…umm, a little. tee hee

    Actually see my hubby works out of state, so late nights is *my* time during the week. What else do I have to do when all the kids are in bed and I'm alone? lol

    I am not organized by nature, trust me, it's something that I have to do with 5 kiddos.

    Hope you have an amazing school year!

  7. Your son did and AWESOME job on this.

  8. What a great job! I loved his lively and colorful illustrations! Lapbooks/minibooks really engage kids and use kinesthetic as well as visual learning styles–I wish I had done them when I was a kid! LOL

    Dana

    http://www.epikardia.com

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