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Our boys love anything that has to do with rescue
heroes, so this lapbook was a HUGE hit in our
house as we studied about policemen!

All of the printables that you will need to make
this lapbook are listed here on this page. I've also
included some pictures, additional links, and
resources for you to use along with the lapbook.
Pictures of our Policeman Lapbook
Print off as many {or as
few} of the printables as
you would like ~ it's your
lapbook. Just have fun
with your kids and enjoy
the process together!
Quick tip

Print off lapbook pieces on
cardstock, especially if you
are working with younger
preschoolers. The pieces
will be more sturdy and
last if you are planning to
pull it out and use it again.
Of course, laminating is
always an added bonus!
Writing 'stop', 'wait',
and 'go' on the colored
circles.
Making red, yellow,
green paper clip
patterns.
The finished lapbook!
together. Our lapbook is simply a file
folder {no fancy folding} and we used a
glue stick to piece it all together.

Front cover: A coloring sheet of a
policeman lapbook cover provide in the
printable.

Back cover: The letter P is for Police
tracing sheet.

Inside: The three booklets are in the
center of the lapbook. The right hand side
of the lapbook has pockets with the ABC
matching cards as well as the pattern
cards. The strips to make the patterns
are along the bottom.

Paper clipped to the left side are the
tracing lines.
Ready to make your own?
Your preschooler will have fun learning and
practicing basic skills such as identifying color
names, creating simple patterns, counting
from 1-10 {with 1:1 correspondence},
putting together a fun craft ~ all while putting
together a lapbook on a favorite topic for
many young children ~ Police!

The fun continues with several other pieces
for your preschooler's lapbook. Practice shape
discrimination by reading the shapes in signs
booklet,

Other Resources
Putting it Together
Let me know if you've put together the Police lapbook
and blogged about it. I'd be happy to link up to you!
The Policeman Lapbook in action!
Here are some families that have put together the
Fireman lapbook and blogged about it: