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Travel: Make A Pretend Passport

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This is the pretend passport craft we made as part of our lesson on travel. The lesson included the following topics:

  • Summer is a popular season for travel
  • what a passport is and the information it contains
  • when a passport is used/needed (national vs. international travel)
  • forms of travel (air, land and water)
  • maps, directions and signs

The craft itself was very easy to do. We basically followed this 7-page pretend passport template from Friar Circle and included the super cute interior stamp pages from this History Passport template. When we completed the craft, I had my son fill in the first page with his personal data. We are going to use this passport in conjunction with our Geography/World History lessons next year. As we study different countries, I am going to stamp the passport so we can track the various countries we discuss in second grade. 🙂

These are some photos:

Front of our finished pretend passport

Front of our finished pretend passport

First page which my son completed with his personal data

First page which my son later completed with his personal data

Interior pages for country stamps

Interior pages for country stamps

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2 comments on “Travel: Make A Pretend Passport

  1. not your average crafty mom
    August 23, 2014

    This is just what I was looking for! Thanks for sharing!

    • Sofia
      August 23, 2014

      You’re welcome. Glad it was useful for you too! 🙂

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