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Here is the cover I illustrated for our Prehistory Lapbook. I hand-drew everything, so it is not perfect, but I kinda like it! We’re showing creatures all the way back from the Cambrian to the Quaternary period, with an ammonite fossil thrown in the middle. I just got done showing it to Satori, and even though we haven’t gotten to many of these animals, they were still all very recognizable to her and she named them all! Except for the Cambrian one top right, even I can barely pronounce nor spell Anomalocaris.

Prehistory Lapbook cover

Prehistory Lapbook cover

Feel free to use it! Just click on it to make it large and print it out. If you do, let me know it came in handy. 🙂

Now Satori gets to color it in and we’ll start our newest lapbook! I have a feeling this Prehistory lapbook will be my favorite. 🙂 We’ll also do an Evolution lapbook soon.

Just got done talking to David and he said if I buy the materials, he’ll build us a Prehistoric Zoo! Hooray, can’t wait to get this mega-project started!

First off, the Usborne Internet-Linked Encyclopedia of World History rocks. Starting from the Big Bang, all the way through modern times, it is fill of pictures and links to interactive websites. If you don’t have it yet, I highly recommend it!

Prehistoric Earth

Prehistoric Earth

For prehistory, I’m always looking for ways to make it all come alive for a young one. You can see all our book go-alongs and craft/activities. But there is something about seeing it in moving, full-color that makes things truly come alive. The Walking With Monsters/Dinosaurs/Beasts/Cavemen DVD series is absolutely unbeatable in doing so. We’ve only seen the entirety of Walking With Monsters to cover the Paleozoic era, this is before the dinosaurs. It has great coverage on the most fascinating creatures that swam or roamed the earth, and also gives evolutionary lessons on how life has evolved.

You can buy it all together in the Prehistoric Earth DVD set. If that’s a bit too much, try the The Complete Walking With Collection for $32. Or, rent them all at Netflix. (Contact me if you want a month free membership.) That’s what we did, until we fell in love. They have high repeat-playability value and mom doesn’t mind watching them over and over, so they’re well worth the investment.

Also a fun find was The Great Prehistoric Search, a colorful search and find book. This series also offers The Great Dinosaur Search, as well as Planet, Animal, Bug, Undersea, World, Castle, etc… search. A great way to throw in a little fun. 🙂

The Cambrian seas page “Crowded Seas”…

Prehistoric Seas Search

Prehistoric Seas Search

and the Carboniferous “Forests and Swamps”…

Forests and Swamps search

Forests and Swamps search

Here’s our Great Dinosaur Search book which we’ll be tackling soon.

The Great Dinosaur Search

The Great Dinosaur Search