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Here are some projects that Laurie has done with and for her students. All require materials that are inexpensive and easily found.

Make a Timeline Make a Timeline
Make a Cut-out Collage Make a Cut-out Collage
Make a Heart Map Make a Heart Map
Making Musical Instruments Make Musical Instruments
Wand by Sydney Making a Crystal Wand
Tile Art Make Islamic Tile Art
Map Book Seven Things to Do With Maps
Whale Race board game Make your own Board Game
Make an Apple Doll
Make a Petal Fold Envelope
Make a Papyrus Scroll
The Word Box Make a Word Box
Some books you can make
Gingerbread House Book Make a Gingerbread House Accordion Book
Hotdog Book Make a Hotdog Book
Peace Tree Book Make a Peace Tree Book
Flower Book Make a Flower Book
Flap Book Open Make a Flap Book
Three handmade stick-and-elastic books Making a Stick-&-Elastic Book
Accordion Book - front Make a Travel Accordion Book
Alphabet Book Make an Alphabet Book
Make Your Child’s Reading Primers
Thanks to Susan Kapuscinksi Gaylord, book-maker extraordinaire, for sharing so many projects and techniques on her blog.

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