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When I shared a guest post over at Mary’s blog about Getting Started with Notebooking, Corrie asked a great question: Could you go into more detail about notebooking with little kids? Sure! Let’s talk about notebooking for the elementary age. In the photo above, Emma was 6 years old and in 2nd grade. Taking notes […]See more
My blogging friend Mary over at Homegrown Learners asked me to guest post in her Wednesday Homeschool Guest series. I was happy to share about my favorite topic — notebooking. I took the approach of explaining how to begin notebooking from the very start. Getting started is often the hardest part, but notebooking is not complex. Just follow the […]See more
Notebooking doesn’t always have to be strict narration. Creative approaches, such as an interview, give variety to your repertoire. A great example is the interview my daughter created after a short living math lesson. We are wrapping up Unit 2 of LivingMath.net lessons in which we learned about the googol, a huge number consisting of a […]See more
When we go on a field trip, we always come home with a plethora of brochures, post cards, maps, and pamphlets. I usually ask my daughter to use those items to create a field trip report for her notebook. That does two things. It gives them a place to be stored rather than cluttering up […]See more