I’m so glad you’ve joined me for Day 19 of 365 Days of Children’s Books!
Look Inside an Airport is the perfect for book for your young traveler!
Whether you have a plane trip planned for the near future, of you just have a kiddo that can’t get enough planes, this book is a hit every time!
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Look Inside an Airport
Book: Look Inside an Airport
Author: R. L. Jones
Look Inside an Airport is a lift-the-flap book that is packed with information!
While the flap style-is always appealing to the younger crowd, the text is definitely suitable for even older elementary children.
Discover neat facts about all facets of the airport – from baggage claim and taking off to carrying cargo and landing.
Learning Activities for Planes and Airports
Look Inside an Airport can be a perfect starting off point for studying airplanes or airports. Here are a few ideas to get your wheels spinning:
♥ Browse through the best paper planes and then select a few designs to make!
♥ Design your own paper plane and see who can fly the most cargo! Great STEM activity.
♥ Younger children might enjoy an airplane sensory bin.
♥ Make an airplane craft out of popsicle sticks!
♥ Download a free airplane printable packet for preschoolers.
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