Mosquito Notebooking Pages

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Mosquito Notebooking Pages FREE from The Notebooking Fairy

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 until the very last chapter of the book.  In this way, the book causes you to wonder and form your own hypotheses about how the disease was spread and how to best treat it.

Another great aspect of the book is how well researched it is, with page after page of citations from many primary sources. In fact, I found a great exercise about primary and secondary sources (as well as a nice crossword puzzle) that was designed to go along with this book.

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 feature you in a Show Off post.

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Jimmie Quick

Jimmie is now a veteran homeschool mom. Her daughter Emma is a student of the sciences at a large university in Illinois. Her guide to notebooking—Notebooking Success—guides you through notebooking: what it is; how to use it; how it fits a Charlotte Mason, classical, and textbook curriculum; tips for getting the most educational value from it; and much more. It comes bundled with several bonuses, including a small set of generic notebooking pages that can be used with any topic.

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Barb-Harmony Art Mom Reply

Linking to these from my mosquito Outdoor Hour Challenge…thanks so much! Love the clipart!

Laura Reply

Found this link through the Outdoor Hour Challenge. Incredibly excited to add the reading of the book you referenced above to our study of mosquitos. Thanks so much!

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