Here is the third set of notebooking pages to go along with chapter five of A World in a Drop of Water, an easy introduction to microscopic organisms. Algae is the topic of these free printables which include pages for spirogyra and volvox. As always, I love to hear when you use the free printables [...]
Here is a second set of printables to go along with chapter four of A World in a Drop of Water, an easy introduction to microscopic organisms. This set features the paramecium, “the slipper that swims.” As always, I love to hear when you use the free printables from The Notebooking Fairy in your homeschool. [...]
These mosquito notebooking pages are useful for nature study, biology, or as in our case, a study of disease. We just finished reading An American Plague, the story of the Yellow Fever epidemic in Philadelphia in 1793. I appreciated how An American Plague makes you think as you read. The actual cause of Yellow Fever is not explained [...]
We are reading A World in a Drop of Water, an easy introduction to microscopic organisms: the amoeba the paramecium algae euglena rotifers the hydra the flatworm The text is easy to read and is complemented with lots of large photographs and diagrams. I designed some notebooking pages to go along with the chapter on amoeba. [...]
In our study of the history of medicine, we have covered Anton Van Leeuwenhoek’s invention of the microscope. I’ve created a free set of nine different notebooking pages in three different line styles for all ages of learners. These pages are perfect for writing about the history of the microscope or for recording microscope lab reports. Some [...]
As part of Sprite’s Anatomy and History of Medicine science curriculum for sixth grade, we are reading about famous doctors, scientists, and nurses through history. One is Florence Nightingale, the nurse who cared for so many during the Crimean War. We will use a living book to learn about the “Lady With the Lamp” –Heart and Soul: [...]
With winter weather upon us, I thought some penguin notebooking pages would be appropriate. There are three different layouts in three different line styles for a total of nine free printable notebooking templates. These would make a nice addition to a penguin lapbook.
Today’s freebie finds us in the chemistry lab, cooking up an experiment with vials and beakers. These pages are generic enough to be used for any chemistry topic. They would be nice for writing up science experiment notes as well. There are three line styles — manuscript ruled in 3/4″ and 1/2″ and super-wide ruled. [...]