1) Step one: Cut Cardstock down to size to fit inside the baggy.
6) Staple along the side of the stacked bags. I chose to do mine along the "open" end. You could do this along the "sealed" edge instead and reuse the bags for other projects.
7) Once stapled securely, use duct tape to make a "binding" on the book.
Above is the front cover of my book. The rest of the pages are below:
This is a quick and easy project to do for any unit that is being studied.
1) Young Children - use it to help them learn new words, animals, shapes, colors and more
2) Sunday School - Have the children create one at the end of the unit with a key picture from each lesson; just supply the pictures and have them tell the store in one short sentence.
3) School - use it for any subject as a study guide or as a project to go along with the lesson.
4) Scrapbookers - If you have a little one who likes to "help" you scrapbook, cut paper to size and give them pictures and scrapbooking glue. Allow them to scrapbook away and put their finished project in the baggie and make a book! Think of how proud they will be of this special project which you can also include in your own scrapbook later.