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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 […]See more
I love the art nouveau style of this graphic of a lady picking grapes. I thought it would make a pretty notebooking page that would be nice for poetry copywork, a biography of a famous woman, or information about a Greek goddess. Or you could simply use it as stationery and write a letter. […]See more
One of my most popular posts over at Jimmie’s Collage is Living Math with Factors, Multiples, and Primes. To complement the lesson ideas over there, I created these math notebooking pages especially for writing about multiples and factors. The multiples column on this page is deliberately longer than the factors column because, as you know, “multiples […]See more
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 […]See more