I also added three more mini-booklets for the Neil Armstrong lapbook that I am using, which is available for free via Homeschool Share. This unit was put together by one of my friends (with another gal) Leslie-who always has great FIAR activities posted on her blog!
We are not doing all the stuff in there, but again-that is the beauty of being in control-you decide. I did have to make my own copywork pages because we do not teach D'Nealian/cursive with loops for handwriting [we use Italic] and that is what it is in. I simply used MS Word to type out the quote in a readable print, and then added lines for the boy to write on. Easy peasy. I will try to download that for you all to use if you want. I am thinking of using something other than Scribd b/cuz usually when I upload it-it gets the lines and parameters all messed up...so I will let you know when I have that figured out.
Oh, if you did not see this on my Scrap and Lapbook Blog-these little storage gems are perfect for lapbook components. These ones are from Creative Memories, and I am not sure if they are available any longer-but there has to be something out there that is similar (these have a flap that comes down to keep the material in place and 3 holes for a binder) -I simply pre-print/cut and place the soon to be needed items in one, pull out what we'll need for the day and when he has completed them-they go into another one to await being placed into a lapbook. All safe and clean and protected. Look at garage sales, at art/craft stores, scrapbooking stores, etc. for something like this-it is a wonderful "must have" for any serious lapbooking family.