I decided to make a lapbook for Elijah and Elisha to use for review after each lesson. I have divided Elisha and Elijah into 6 lessons. I realize that you can teach a whole quarter on them, but I wanted to teach a lot in 4 quarters! So, I combined some of the lessons about them to make these. I did keep each section of questions together, so you can use them as a separate lesson, or delete them if you are not teaching that specific part of their life. That is the great thing about lapbooks. Everyone that makes, say, one of these Elijah and Elisha lapbooks, will make them different. And, there isn't anything wrong with that! These are only in color, but you can print in gray scale if you do not want the color. Here are the basics for making a lapbook:
Also, I lay everything out to see how it will fit, then add the extra pages. Then I glue everything down. If I have a lot, I will use paper clips to hold the parts to each area until they are glued down.
For my Bible class, I have these all prepared for class. It's a lot of work, but worth it. This is a project if you can get some of the teens or women to help you cut and or glue if it will make it easier for you. I like to do it myself, just because I like everything cut really straight.