Sonnets: Free Notebooking Pages

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Sonnets: Free Poetry Notebooking Pages for Homeschool

Here are some notebooking pages that you can use with a Shakespeare or poetry study.

One page has numbered lines to copy a sonnet. You will probably find the lines too short for writing the entire sonnet. Actually, I designed the page for copying the last few words of each line to focus on the rhyme scheme which is labeled on the right side.

A second page gives space to define sonnet related vocabulary — quatrain, couplet, and iambic pentameter.

If you’re studying Shakespeare, be sure to look at the Words Coined by Shakespeare Free Notebooking Pages too.

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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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Susan Reply

What a wonderful idea for a name for a free notebooking page site. I am enjoying the posts, since I just discovered your new site from your Collage blog. I thought of Cicely Barker immediately. And wanted to mention I’m thinking of the empty chair as I have been reading of the events most recent knowing. . . for much wisdom comes much sorrow and to who much is given much is required.

The little Christmas tree was born
And dwelt in open air;
It did not guess how bright a dress
Some day its boughs would wear;
Brown cones were all, it though, a tall
And grown-up Fir would bear.

O little Fir! Your forest home
Is far and far away;
And here in doors these boughs of yours
With coloured balls are gay,
With candle-light, and tinsel bright,
For this is Christmas Day!

A dolly-fairy stands on top,
Till children sleep; then she
(A live one now!) from bough to bough
Goes gliding silently.
O magic sight, this joyous night!
O laden, sparkling tree!

~ Cicely Mary Barker

May your new blog be a magic sight!

    Jimmie Quick Reply

    Susan, thanks for your poetic comment.

weebeedee Reply

thanks….I love your fairy dust….keep notebooking….

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