I spent 2 days designing this bad boy. I wanted something that the kids could keep track of where we’re visiting in our literature. Also, I wanted a portable map, so that when we’re reading on the front porch we don’t have to tromp upstairs to the big map. Plus, i wanted something fun like a passport. So I created this (photos are poor quality because, it’s night and I didn’t want to get out my mini studio ~ sorry):
Tomorrow we’re going to take “passport photos” and paste them in. The template is in black & white ~ so you’ll have to color them in.
My brain works well for the creative part ~ but the technical part stumped me It was trial and error to sort out how to get them back to back & facing the right direction. I’ll let you sort that one out for yourself with your own printer. I printed the sleeve on cardstock (a whole other battle with the printer) and we’re going to laminate the cover. I’ll probably end up using a few strips of packing tape.
This passport is available on teachers pay teachers.
Due to the nature of this printable, it is no longer free.
- Homeschool Mother’s Journal 9/30/11