A blog reader and online friend Amy Uptain sent me a request for a notebooking page by email. She said
I have a suggestion for a notebooking page. My 2nd grader read Mary Poppins, and instead of having her do a more traditional book report, I had her contrast the book with the movie. I actually just had her list some things that occur only in the book and only in the movie. I couldn’t find a specific page for her to use, so I just used a columned sheet from Donna Young. You can read about it on my blog Hope is the Word.
What do you think? Do you think a book vs. movie page might be useful?
I love this idea, Amy. And your daughter’s notebooking page turned out great! But instead of limiting my printable to book versus movie, I made a more general page that can be used for comparing and contrasting any two things.
These pages could be used as graphic organizers for prewriting a comparison/contrast paragarph or essay. Or they can stand alone as a daily narration page. The pages have both college ruled and manuscript lines.
I love it when my readers make suggestions of printable notebooking pages because first of all I sometimes run out of ideas. Secondly I like creating pages that I know you will use. So feel free to make suggestions. I can’t promise to make them all, but I really do take them into consideration.