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History Of Flight Lapbook

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Aircraft have gone from wood to cloth to jets and computers over the years.  What a fascinating transition we have made!  In this lapbook, you will learn about the development of many aircraft and their pilots.  Includes a complete Study Guide.  No other resources needed!  Create this 3-folder lapbook that you will keep for years to come!  Designed for 4th grade and up.


 



This product is available in the following formats: Ebook, CD, Print or Assembled.  


A description of each type of format can be found here HERE 


Price for professionally printed or assembled products is in addition to the base price of the Ebook. 


 Download a sample of this product here:  VIEW SAMPLE FILE


If you are ordering the ASSEMBLED FORMAT of this product, please NOTE: The assembled lapbooks are specialty items that are handmade. They are made individually after orders for them are placed. This process usually takes 2 to 4 weeks, so rush shipping is NOT available for the assembled format.

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Aircraft have gone from wood to cloth to jets and computers over the years.  What a fascinating transition we have made!  In this lapbook, you will learn about the development of many aircraft and their pilots.  Includes a complete Study Guide.  No other resources needed!  Create this 3-folder lapbook that you will keep for years to come!  Designed for 4th grade and up.

 

This product is available in the following formats: Ebook, CD, Print or Assembled.  

A description of each type of format can be found here HERE 

Price for professionally printed or assembled products is in addition to the base price of the Ebook. 

 Download a sample of this product here:  VIEW SAMPLE FILE

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