Science

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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Scientist Notebooking Pages

by Jimmie Lanley

Today’s free printable notebooking pages are based on a request from a reader. Thanks, Rebecca for the great idea! In this series, I have quite a few different people suitable for notebooking, but I didn’t have a scientist. Here are your scientist notebooking pages. These are generic enough to be used for any kind of […]

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Blue Jay Notebooking Pages

by Jimmie Lanley

If you keep a nature journal or do any birding with your children, these blue jay pages should come in handy. There are two basic layouts  of blue jay pages in three different line styles for all ages of students. Enjoy birding! If you do use these free printables from The Notebooking Fairy in your […]

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When spring comes, I want to take lots of outdoor field trips just to enjoy the pleasant temperatures. Top on the list of educational excursions is the zoo! When you come home from your field trip, give your children these free printable zoo notebooking pages. They can write and draw about what they saw and […]

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Dolphin Notebooking Pages

by Jimmie Lanley

The idea for dolphin notebooking pages comes via Twitter. I asked for some suggestions, and Nicole @crookedriverhs gave me quite a few, including dolphins. Moral of the story is to share your requests with me. You can use the dedicated requests page here at Notebooking Fairy, or drop me an email, or Tweet to @jimmiescollage. […]

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If you are thinking towards winter birding, this will be a great free printable for your nature journals or nature notebooks. This colorful page is designed for recording the number of birds you observe. Along the top, write the names of the birds that are common in your backyard. Then use tally marks to count […]

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I’ve been thinking about birds lately. I’ve got my bird feeder filled with seeds, ready for the winter birds. And I’m looking forward to the Great Backyard Bird Count next year. I almost never see owls, but I know that they are around. These notebooking pages are designed to be done alongside an owl pellet dissection. […]

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This year we had an incredible time watching droves of hummingbirds cavort around the feeder on our back porch. It turned into a fantastic opportunity for hummingbird nature study. Although planning for nature study is good, it’s wonderful when something simply presents itself like the hummingbirds did. Unfortunately, these notebooking pages are too late in the season […]

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Snakes Notebooking Pages

by Jimmie Lanley

I got a special request via email for notebooking pages about snakes. I thought that was a fantastic topic, and I created a set of four pages (each layout is in three line styles). When you click the link, get ready. There will be a BIG snake face on your screen! (See the thumbnails below.) […]

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Animal Notebooking Page

by Jimmie Lanley

Sara emailed me with a neat notebooking page concept — a page that can be used with any animal. She explained, This year we are exploring the world with the Sonlight Eastern Hemisphere Core. A recurring activity is to do an “animal card” about the unique animals in the various regions. I decided I wanted my […]

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