Sunday, October 25, 2009

Spider-Man Lapbook

My youngest is currently interested in Spider-Man and wanted mom to create a Spider-Man lap book. At first, I was concerned because what educational value could Spider-Man possibly have? But, after doing a bit of research I found a great deal of educational elements that I could look at with my son.

The first, most obvious, direction was the origin and creation of comic books. It was actually quite interesting how they got their start. I made mini books on the origin of comic books and a vocabulary book for the different parts of the comic book and one on the different jobs it takes to make a comic book. I also made a book on New York City because this was the setting for the Spider-Man story.

Of course, I had to make a few books that were specific to Spider-Man. I created mini books on Spider-Man's "villains", his "partnerships", and his "abilities and weakness". My son used one of his many Spider-Man to fill in this information. He had a great time showing me all of his "Spider-Man Knowledge"!

I found a number of great web sites with information and two that my son really enjoys because they allow him to create his own superhero and his own comic book.


Anonymous said...

Wow, you are a great mom to go and find the educational value of Spiderman. I might have to steal it. (:--Michawne

-:¦:-In His Grip -:¦:- Loni said...

Well done, this might have to go on the schedule for our light weeks coming up... Thank you for sharing all the great resources :D

umm_abdulbasir said...

I absolutely love it!! I have been thinking for sometime now on how to create the spiderman lapbook for my younger boys! You did a nice job, it pushes me to get on a tot sized lalpbook for my little guy. I have that big book of stickers that will come in handy! Thanks for sharing

deldobuss said...

That is great! I like how you included the history of comic books, as my daughter loves them! Thank you for sharing!