Yesterday morning, Jasmine and I made mini offices for her and her brother. A mini office is a variation on a lapbook that can be used as reference tool for students. I am planning to use ours as a visual for the kids use during our morning review time.
On the front cover of each mini office, I printed the child's name, birth date, address, telephone number and emergency numbers. Inside, I included printouts of our memory work for the year, which includes books of the Bible, The Ten Commandments and a scripture for each letter of the alphabet.
Jasmine's mini office also contains print outs of a hundreds chart, colors, shapes, coins, a clock, ordinal numbers, days of the week, months of the year, seasons and the alphabet.
Andrew's contains a hundreds chart, a number line, a clock, coins, Roman numerals, a place value chart, ordinal numbers, math symbols, units of measurement, months of the year, days of the week, seasons, continents, a handwriting strip, parts of speech and a writing checklist.
Jimmie's Squidoo page on Mini Offices will tell you everything you need to know to make a mini office of your own. Here's the website where I found most of the printables for our mini office.