Year 2 Quarter 1:
The end of Sauls life, King David, and the prophets Elijah and Elisha. Craft: Scrapbooking
- Each week the children do another page to add to their
scrapbook. The page
includes a "photo", a Who/What information card, and a Bible verse.
To make the scrapbook you can do any of the following:
Use A4 card or scrapbooking card , either 20x20cm or 30x30cm
Use an extra piece of card to
make a front cover; use a hole punch on each page and a
of ribbon or string to tie them all together
Buy scrapbooking albums
Buy photo albums
scrapbooking tape from a scrapbook shop, Big W or Spotlight (cheap tape
from Overflow will not last.) I found it was best to
tape on everything before hand as the younger kids will just waste
it. Use a guillotine or paper cutter to cut the photos and cards
apart and put a piece of the tape on the back of each so the
just peal the backing off the tape to stick the item onto
page. The other option is to use glue sticks instead of tape.
Each week I give each teacher a plastic folder which
contains the "program list" for the day and all the supplies that the
kids at that table will need. Each table
also has a small box containing extra coloured paper, scissors, glue,
scrapbooking tape and
normal tape etc in case they need them.
Printable A4 cardboard - 190gsm. I buy it from
either Big W or Office Works. Note: I get 190gsm because I
found heavier gsm card is more likely to jam in the printer.
Scrapbooking card, approx 17 sheets per child with a
selection of colours. I buy them in multi-packs from
Big W or K-Mart.
Clear A4 printable labels, make sure they are
suitable your colour printer. I use Avery L7567 stickers from
White A4, 4 stickers per sheet, printable labels.
I use Avery DL04 stickers from Office Works.
A4 printable transparencies.
Foam letters and butterflies or insects
Large and normal paddlepop sticks & a bandage for
Purple spot stickers and orange spot stickers
Alphabet stamps and stencils
Scrapbook paper in the following patterns: stone/concrete,
Baby stickers, approx 2 per child
Red and yellow crepe paper
Blue glitter glue
A guillotine or paper cutter
A twin hole punch which the children can use; make sure it
has a guide so the holes end up in the same place all the time
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only condition is that if you are printing the lesson books to hand
out, you must
print them double sided and staple them in proper booklet form.
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