Printable Pages

River Notebooking Pages

by Jimmie Lanley on July 17, 2013

Here are some printable pages for your geography notebook. These river notebooking pages will work for any river in the world. There is room to list the continent, countries the river touches, cities along the river, where it begins, what body of water it empties into, and its length. A section for a map can […]

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Follow my blog with Bloglovin The free printable notebooking pages in this post were created by a reader, Sunshine Connor. She is a homeschool mom, but she doesn’t blog. She kindly sent these pages to me to share with all of my readers. She says these are her first foray into creating pages, but they […]

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Presentation Page

by Jimmie Lanley on October 26, 2012

I got a request from Claire for a presentation notebooking page. She said, We do presentations a couple of times a year, and I would love to have a notebooking page that would be set out like a programme of events, including a title, date and a place to record what we ate, the subjects […]

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Protestant Reformers Notebooking Pages

by Jimmie Lanley on October 19, 2012

As a supplement to the Reformation Day notebooking pages,  I created another set of pages featuring five great men of church history: Martin Luther John Knox William Tyndale John Calvin John Wycliffe The John Knox thumbnail below is an example of what the pages look like. Pages are in three different line styles: primary, wide-ruled, and college-ruled. An […]

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Reformation Day Notebooking Pages

by Jimmie Lanley on October 17, 2012

October 31st is the day that Protestant Christians celebrate the Reformation. Martin Luther presented his famous 95 Theses on that date in 1517 when he officially objected to the sale of indulgences by the Catholic church. To honor this great giant of the faith, I created these Reformation Day notebooking pages. Of course, Martin Luther […]

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Richard Wagner Notebooking Pages

by Jimmie Lanley on September 14, 2012

Homeschool confession time. Composer study is one of those areas that is very easy for us to neglect. Fortunately this year I am using a plan that is keeping us on track — Harmony Fine Arts curriculum. Each day, we listen to the selections from The Best of Wagner audio CD according to the lesson plans […]

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Hurricane Booklet for Notebooking

by Jimmie Lanley on September 10, 2012

It’s hurricane season again, that time from June through November when hurricanes form in the Atlantic and often wreak havoc on the American and Caribbean coastline. As dreadful as these natural phenonmena are, they make wonderful science topics for real-life studies. Even if you are far from the ocean, the news brings these stories into your home in a […]

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Robert Frost Notebooking Pages

by Jimmie Lanley on September 4, 2012

For my daughter’s eighth grade poetry studies, I have chosen to use the Charlotte Mason approach and study one poet in depth for a nine weeks term. Our first poet is Robert Frost, and we are using the beautifully illustrated Poetry for Young People: Robert Frost as our poetry spine. To go along with that study, […]

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Character Analysis & Transformation Notebooking Page

by Jimmie Lanley on August 22, 2012

These free printable pages can be used as notebooking pages or as graphic organizers during the prewriting stage. Have your child write down three character traits of someone in a work of literature or from history. Then demonstrate those traits to be true with the use of specific evidence. If you choose to, you can […]

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Poetic Forms Notebooking Pages

by Jimmie Lanley on June 7, 2012

I realized while writing a blog post that I had never compiled all of the poetic forms notebook pages onto one central post. So here are all the links directly to the printables for eleven different poetic forms. Narrative Poetry Haiku Villanelle Pastoral Sonnet Lyric Verse Free Verse Limerick Nonsense Verse Nursery Rhymes Ballad Two […]

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