Kids make own BookChildren make their own book
Writing your own history book: Freely imprintable
Stage 1: Downlaod the free typeface "Print Clearly". Do you want to work with the "Print Clearly Dashed" release? You may be revising your own favorite storyline, but your own will undoubtedly be fun - it's always fun to see what parts they contain and what parts they don't! Stage 3: Edit your storyline in a text editor - have the page laid out in horizontal and make the text large, with only one or two phrases on each page.
If they are better at typing characters, the smaller the characterize can be. Stage 4: Printout a stack with the first page down and the last page up. You know that they are okay if you keep the right side and can "scroll" through them, like a genuine book - text on the lefthand side; a empty page on the right.
You must add an additional empty page between the title page and the first page. They can be glued together or simply empty so that your baby can paint on them. Stage 5: Tack cleanly on the lefthand side to turn your stack of prints into a book. Stage 6: Let your children track the messages so that they are "really" from them.
Stage 7: Now make her select something from each page to paint next to it so that her words and pictures tell a tale. Make it your fairy tale that evening - they will get a big buzz from you when you read "their" book.
I would if I could swing a baton and get everyone in the whole wide globe to make them. As I can't, I do what I can to make book making simple, entertaining and uplifting. You will find here a guide for eight textbooks that you can create and distribute, as well as a guided walk through my book collections from all over the globe.
The translation is by kind permission of Lourdes V. Pichardo and Laura Mason Zeisler, M.Ed. of Explorations Unlimited. Laura and I ran into her at a garage and she was kind enough to do the translation.