You have landed on the monthly Notebooking Round-up here at The Notebooking Fairy. Welcome!
All month long I collect the best notebooking links and save them for the first Friday of the new month in a post I call a round-up. You can see all of the round-ups here. I search for posts with photos examples, free printable pages, and how to videos. If it deals with notebooking, it is likely to end up here in the Notebooking Round-up. Enjoy the links for this month.
- Specimen Pages for Nature Journals
- How to make a folder with four pockets
- Using Notebooking in Kindergarten
- It’s Never Too Early to Begin Notebooking
- How to make a mini notebook from paper lunch bags
- How to Organize a Student Notebook for Classical Conversations
- Creating a Home Management Notebook
- Over at the Simply Charlotte Mason forum, there is a nice discussion about notebooking.
- Using a zip top storage bag for notebooking. (I think page protectors are probably cheaper in the long run, but this is an option.)
- Worship Notes for Church I wish I had thought of this ingenious printable! This is perfect for keeping children focused with specific things to listen for and write down.
- Van Gogh Sky Notebooking Page
- Scientific Discovery Notebooking Pages (What’s That Bug?, What’s That Bird?, and What’s That Animal?
- Ancient Mayan Civilization Notebooking Pages
- Country Report Notebooking Pages (10 different countries)
- Annie Oakley Notebooking Pages
- Writing Pages by Erica (creative writing pages, editing checklists, and story planners)
- Writing Printables by Valerie (research a famous person and write a biographical sketch)
- Printable Paper Collection
- Monsters of Myth and Literature notebooking pages (Retail $3)
- Notebook Labels
- Timeline Pages (for Mystery of History) for a timeline notebook
- Window on the World Notebooking page
- Math Notebooking Examples plus free printable of the “Frayer Model.” This small foldable graphic organizer works for defining any term.
- Muslim Prophets Notebooking Pages
- Artist Study Notebooking Pages for 20 different pieces of art
Credits: thanks to Benimoto for the great round up photo