Book of Stuff

In CategoryNavel Gazing

You know how little kids always have a bazillion questions?

And how a lot of them are the same one? Over…and over…and over….?

Well, I finally did something about that and I’m at Heart of the Matter talking about it today.

6 Responses to “Book of Stuff”

  1. Emma Says:

    Great idea! I actually got a book from my Uncle for Christmas one year that was “the big book of questions and answers” or something like that. It lives at my mom’s house and I can’t find it online, so you’ll just have to believe me. 🙂 Anyways, it had all sorts of random stuff in it – Morse Code, Braille, knot tying, geography information, just totally random questions about STUFF. It was huge too – bigger than 8.5×11 paper, and about 2 inches thick. I read it straight through once…but this IS coming from the girl who enjoyed reading a set of vintage encyclopedias my dad grew up with…and who would do research in the REAL encyclopedias on my own about what I wanted to do when I grew up. Farmer, doctor, veterinarian, etc. – PLUS all of the related topics. I was such a nerd…oh wait…I think I might still be…
    Emma´s last blog post ..All Kinds of Updates!

  2. Karen Says:

    I made Kei a lapbook when she was 7 with tons of information on it. Planets, a graphic with City/State/Country/Continent/World, colors in Spanish, Math terms, days of the week, measurements, things like that. She used it for a couple of years and then I gave it to a HS mom with a younger child. Cool idea Deb 🙂
    Karen´s last blog post ..The Good- the Bad &amp the Glorious…

  3. Applie Says:

    Cool! I printed pages 7 through 10. 🙂

    Applie´s last blog post ..Questions Answered

  4. Tressa Says:

    Great idea! Now, could you find the answers to the questions “Can I drive?, Can I have $10? Why do I have to clean my room?, and Why can’t I?”
    Tressa´s last blog post ..Conversations in Math

  5. Kristy Says:

    I did the exact same thing for my son, primarily for math reference. Here is a link where I wrote about it on my blog:
    Kristy´s last blog post ..Carl- 47 years old

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