Science

Digestive System Notebooking Pages

by Jimmie Lanley on October 17, 2011

The pages I make at The Notebooking Fairy are usually something that we are using in our own homeschool or at least are inspired by something we have studied. At times I make fancy notebooking pages, and Sprite prefers to create her own. (And I always let her do that.) Today’s freebies fit into the […]

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Science Experiment Booklet

by Jimmie Lanley on October 14, 2011

Today’s free printable is not a strict notebooking page; instead, it is a science experiment booklet. Take any science experiment you are working on and record the steps in the scientific method onto this log. FRONT INSIDE BACK Be sure to print this document front-back onto one sheet of paper so that when it is folded, […]

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Metamorphic Rock Notebooking Pages

by Jimmie Lanley on July 19, 2011

Metamorphic rock has undergone a change through the forces of heat and pressure. Because these rocks began as either igneous or sedimentary rock, metamorphic rock is normally studied last. After all three types of rocks have been studied, it’s a perfect time to formally introduce the rock cycle. Recommended living books for a study of […]

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Igneous Rocks Notebooking Pages

by Jimmie Lanley on July 14, 2011

This post features the second set of notebooking pages for the three types of rocks. Sedimentary rocks are available, and metamorphic rocks will be featured next. Igneous rocks are formed by volcanic activity and molten rock that hardens either underground or above ground. So these printable pages include images of volcanoes and huge igneous boulders. These two […]

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Sedimentary Rocks Notebooking Pages

by Jimmie Lanley on July 12, 2011

After I created the general rocks and minerals notebooking pages, I decided to get specific with each of the three types of rocks. Today’s freebie is a set of sedimentary rock notebooking pages. The printable pages include graphics that demonstrate something relevant to how sedimentary rocks are formed or what they look like. And since […]

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Rocks and Minerals Notebooking Pages

by Jimmie Lanley on July 7, 2011

I’m crazy about rocks, and my daughter is too. When brainstorming ideas for notebooking pages here at the Notebooking Fairy, I thought of rocks and minerals. Everyone studies this topic eventually, and it’s a topic that can be enjoyed at all grade levels. So I created some notebooking pages that would work for students from […]

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Flatworm Notebooking Pages

by Jimmie Lanley on April 29, 2011

The final chapter in  A World in a Drop of Water covers the flatworm or planaria. This set of notebooking pages has room for your own sketches as well as images pre-printed. Choose the layouts that you prefer when you print from the pdf document. As always, I love to hear when you use the […]

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Hydra Notebooking Pages

by Jimmie Lanley on April 25, 2011

Chapter 8 of  A World in a Drop of Water is about the Hydra. Although the book features microscopic creatures, I took the opportunity to insert some history too, so there is also a page with Hercules fighting the hydra from Greek mythology. After all, the tiny creature was named after its likeness to the […]

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Rotifers Notebooking Pages

by Jimmie Lanley on April 22, 2011

Rotifers are called “animals with wheels” in  A World in a Drop of Water. Here are some free printable notebooking pages you can use when you study these microscopic organisms. 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 […]

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Euglena Notebooking Page

by Jimmie Lanley on April 18, 2011

I have even more notebooking pages to go along with  A World in a Drop of Water, an easy introduction to microscopic organisms. Today is the Euglena, the unique creature that can move around like an animal and make its own food like a plant. As always, I love to hear when you use the […]

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