Money ~ Lapbook

We finished our money lapbook today! Tonight for homework, P will be reviewing it all with Daddy, it will be great practice to reinforce the skills we learned! Here are photos of the completed lapbook…Here he is doing the coin spelling…
Here’s what we did for the inside of the “Give, Save, Spend” triangle fold…I had him tell me about each topic and I recorded what he said. On the back I had him dictate a story to me and illustrate it. I only told him that his story had to include money somehow. He’s quite the creative story writer, always bringing me a good giggle :). This one was no exception! Here is the link to the pdf’s I created.
Here is the link to the “Play Store” cards.

Edited to add… P’s story,
“The Boy That Had No Bibles”
Once there was a little boy and he didn’t have any Bibles so he asked his mom if he could go to the store and buy a Bible. His family said yes so he took some money out of his bank and he just bought a bible. He put it up on the checking counter and they said you may have to come back here because you don’t have enough to buy this. So he went home and he got some more money, and he went off with 25 dollars and he could hardly stand it. He just walked and walked to the store. When he got there the man said, “Oh I’m sorry I just sold the last bible but I did save something for you.” He pulled something out of a little bin , he said, “Here you go it’s your own bible!” The little boy said, “Hey you teased me, how can that be?” But he said, “Well, that isn’t a problem.” The boy said, “Well, I see a page, what story is this?” And he said, “I could tell you that story. It is the story about Adam and Eve.” He told him the story and he walked away to home. His family read his Bible to him all day.

**Can you tell he is a missionary kid? :)