Welcome to the Notebooking Round-up, a list of the latest and greatest notebooking links on the web.
Free Printable Pages
First up is a series of printables for your nature journal. Six different bloggers teamed up to bring you dozens of free printable pages dealing with nature. Click on each link to find out the details for each freebie.
- Cindy from Our Journey Westward
- Maureen from Spell Outloud
- Lauren from Mama’s Learning Corner
- Amanda from Hearts and Trees
- Barb from Handbook of Nature Study
- Jimmie at Jimmie’s Collage
Story of the World volume 4 notebooking pages at Hearts for Homeschooling blog.
Don’t miss the free printables by Sarah at All That’s Goood blog. She made some wonderful constellation pages to go along with a public domain book. Plus her pages have an additional hands-on idea.
Galen and other Ancient Greek printables over at hurrayic blog.
Free lab sheets and science definitions at Homeschool Notebooking.
For young writers, That Resource Site offers some rain themed writing paper.
Last in Line blog has my favorite kind of notebooking posts — free printable pages plus examples of student work.
- One post is all about Florence Nightingale. And since she is on the list of our history of medicine study, I have already bookmarked this post.
- Another post deals with Story of the World.
Science notebooking by Daisy
There are some fantastic photos that give you a great idea of how versatile notebooking can be. Her children’s pages include illustrations, coloring pages, fact sheets, written explanations, photos of hands-on experiments, potato stamps, and more. I love how varied their notebooks are.
I found a great link over at Learners at Home. Read this wonderful post that gives tips for notebooking along with a review of Notebooking Success. What struck me is that this homeschool mom uses notebooking in combination with Lifepacs. That style of teaching is very different from my own, yet notebooking works well for both of us.
Notebooking for Littles is a great post over at Growing in Grace blog which shows how notebooking can work for students as young as Kindergarten. (I love those sweet faces posing proudly with their notebooks.)
If you’d like to see some elementary notebooking pages about space, head over To the Moon. Sarah’s boys’ notebooks are full of minibooks and bright colors.
City on a Hill blog has some great photos of index card “mini-notebooks” in which the children narrate their language arts lessons. (Scroll to the bottom of the post.)
Other Notebooking Goodies
If you are working on a notebook for your own home organization, be sure to try out the ideas and free printables from 2 Dynamic Moms.