Welcome to the last Notebooking Round-up of 2011. Here you will find the latest and greatest notebooking links on the web.
This fantastic set is designed by Aadel who is frequently featured here in the Round-ups because of her prolific and beautiful pages. These are made to accompany the book Little Wanderers by Margaret Morley (public domain).
It was through that printable that I discovered Aadel’s new site Homeschool Commons which is filled with living books in the public domain and printables to go along with them. For example, look at Machines at Work, an old picture book. At the end of the post she links to a free lapbook and notebooking set she created.
Seven Little Australians created some lovely notebooking pages for their religious studies. Go see Erin’s photos for ideas. She also linked to many of the printables that she used.
Barb shares how she uses notebooking in conjunction with timelines with her high school son.
Christmas Listening Pages
Help little ones focus during Christmas church meetings with these notebooking pages.
For Readers by Raising Arrows
For Pre-readers by Mama’s Learning Corner