Welcome to the October 2012 Notebooking Round-up here at The Notebooking Fairy.
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. And if I missed something, please let me know in a comment or email.
We all love free printables, and here are the ones I’ve collected all during September.
- reading journals
- free printable labels for math journals
- printable notebooking page for the elements (like carbon, iodine, and oxygen; those elements)
- Ancient Maya Lapbook printables
- months of the year notebooking pages
- free notebooking printables with a fishing theme
- art log over at Jimmie’s Collage (my other blog)
- Creation notebooking pages for a history or Bible notebook
- free printable timeline notebook pages (see the pinned image above)
My friend Karin at Passport Academy has been sharing printables left and right. So she gets her own list.
- Weather Calendar
- Homeschool Lesson Planners (preschool, thematic unit, weekly schedule, and lesson organizer)
- Costa Rica Notebooks
And Tiffany’s archaeology lesson series deserves a special mention. Here is the first post; it includes free printable notebooking pages.
Notebooking for Mom
- Mom’s homeschool planner is a guided tour of Heather’s notebook.
- Jamie applies notebooking to her prayer time with a prayer binder.
- Learn how to set up a household notebook at Habits for a Happy Home.
Notebooking How Tos & Ideas
Nadene reminds us that we can turn 3D models into notebooking pages.
Heather did a nice series about notebooking for different academic subjects. This post on math is representative.
Don’t miss this outstanding post at Raising Cajuns where Michelle talks about how she is implementing notebooking. It’s fantastic!
You will love this Texas notebooking idea with a simple shaped flap. The idea would fit for most any topic.
Cells drawn onto science notebooking pages prove that plain paper is sufficient for notebooking.
Amber shares how to use Notebooking Pages’ Publisher software.
Rebecca teaches us about notebooking for children’s devotionals (also includes some free printables).
I love the animal observation nature journal entries by Ticia’s children.
The video below is from Good Work Academy, showing a daily learning notebook. You will see the notebook relies on worksheets and a lot of parental organization. However, this is for a 7 year old boy, so it is probable that mom really has to take the lead at this point. A notebook like this is good for a child who needs and desires regular daily routine and a lot of structure in his notebooking.
She offers links to free printables under the YouTube video (at Youtube), so click over to get those.
I couldn’t honestly put this link in the freebie category, but it’s very worth the small cost.
Credits: thanks to Benimoto for the great round up photo