Travelling The World In The Comfort Of Your Home: Travel With Scrapbook Pages
Have you ever wanted to travel the world and see all of the amazing places that people talk about, but don't have enough money?
Have you ever thought about creating a world travelling book? For this project you will need access to the Internet, a search engine (like Google), an empty and large scrapbook or two, glue, scissors and colorful pens. Whatever else you need to make it look attractive, please do so!
Let's say for instance you want to visit Germany. First, visit Wikipedia and look up Germany. Take notes about the country, culture, food and whatever else interests you. Once you have these, look up Germany images on Google's Image search. Select the photos you want and save them into a folder titled Germany. Once you are done, print these photos, cut them out and stick them into your scrapbook. Write little captions for the pictures if you want and create a page filled with facts about Germany along with the photos. This way you are able to see the country and the sights you want even though you are not in that particular country.
This is a useful project to do as it can be done in your spare time and done as a family too. The world is your oyster so go ahead and seek out all the places in the world you want to visit but simply don't have the money to do so. Once the first country is done, take a look at the work and decide how you'd like to plot the next country.
This project is for anyone of any age. I encourage each and every one of you to create a world travelling scrapbook that is uniquely your own and wherever possible, stick in photos if you have been to the actual country.
Have fun and may you see the world in a different light!
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