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I can't wait for my fifth graders to create a "Smashbook" this year. I plan on having them use it as a journal/wonderbook/scrapbook for things they encountered or learning. For example, they could add momentos from field trips, after school events, etc.

I'm so out of the scrappy loop. I just started seeing these. The Crafty Blog Stalker: The Start of a Smash Book

  • Judy Gettelfinger

    I am so interested in doing this.

  • Elaine Gandy

    I make them. these are more like journaling books, mine are full of pockets and flip pages for pictures and keepsakes, I give them to women I know who need encouragement, or just love having a book to keep special things in.

Great idea from Grade ONEderful

Brick books. I wonder if i can make these.

As the sun sets behind the big construction site, all the hardworking trucks get ready to say goodnight. One by one, Crane Truck, Cement Mixer, Dump Truck, Bulldozer, and Excavator finish their work and lie down to rest

Gardening books for kids - know most of these, some new ones to check out (not sure why egg is quiet is on the list?)

great construction vehicle book for toddlers/preschoolers with cute illustrations

Lists of archaeology books to teach children *note* they do mix up paleontology books with archaeology books (sigh) but those are good books for those units too :)

dig up a good book library poster from