A blog reader kindly sent me these photos of her students completing Bach & Mozart lapbooks as part of a music camp this summer!
These students look like they had a blast!
They also played a “Name That Tune” game that turned into a musical hats game. I can see that the students loved all the hats. 🙂
Thanks for the photos, Mary! If anyone else has photos of their students with lapbooks, please email me! 🙂
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2 thoughts on “Photos from Happy Lapbookers”
So fun!!! Thank you for sharing your ideas on these composer lapbooks. I am in the process of organizing a “music appreciation” class for homeschool children starting in October. I think I will organize it into a 8 week study. I am definitely going to do one of your lap books. Any other ideas?? Thanks again.
Maybe you could study the instruments of the orchestra? There are some great resources for that mentioned in this blog post: https://colorinmypiano.flywheelsites.com/2012/09/20/instruments-of-the-orchestra-study-free-orchestra-stage-pieces/ 🙂