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tips for organizing and implementing notebooking in your homeschool

Using Photo Corners in Notebooking

Photo corners are great to have in your notebooking supply cabinet. Besides holding down photographs, they are perfect for postcards and thin brochures or maps. Using photo corners means that the original item is not harmed with tape, glue, or hole punching. It can also be taken off the base and read in its entirety. […]

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Why Do You Notebook? Setting Goals

Notebooking is a tool in your supply of teaching methods, so it should be helping you to teach and helping your children to learn. Consider why you notebook. What are your goals for using this method in your homeschool? Here are my goals for my daughter’s notebooking: learning organization skills writing narrations practicing expository writing verbalizing […]

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Making and Protecting Holes

If you use three-ring binders for your notebooking, you need a way to hole punch your papers. I love my three hole punch tool.  With one push of the bar, our pages are perfectly punched every time. After our recent return back to America, we had no school or office supplies other than some pens […]

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