When Saint Patrick’s Day rolls around, suddenly everyone claims at least a little Irish blood. I certainly do!
In honor of the saint who drove out the snakes, here is a BIG set of notebooking pages.
Don’t forget to wear green!
Do you know where January gets its name? It comes from the Roman god Janus who has two faces — one looking forward and another looking back.
It’s fitting that our calendar would use Janus to name the first month of a new year. In January we evaluate the past and plan for the future, a great activity for your homeschool planning for both mom and kids. Have a happy New Year!
With the year quickly slipping past, it’s time for making new year’s resolutions again. Here are some free printable templates to help you organize your thoughts as you choose goals for the new year.
There are two formats, pictured below. These can be used as a quick holiday writing assignment, a goal setting exercise, or even as a planning sheet for mom. I certainly have some goals that I hope to accomplish for this new year, and writing them down is a first step in achieving them.
Happy New Year!
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 features on the pages as you can see in the thumbnail below.
The Reformation was based on Five Solas:
Sola Scriptura – Scripture Alone
Solus Christus – Christ Alone
Sola Gratia – Grace Alone
Sola Fide – Faith Alone
Soli Deo Gloria – The Glory of God Alone
Inside the PDF are pages just for them, including copywork (or translation) pages for young learners and blank sheets for older students.
As always, I love to hear when you use the free printables from The Notebooking Fairy in your homeschool. If you send me photos, I will feature you in a Show Off post.