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In our study of the history of medicine, we have covered Anton Van Leeuwenhoek’s invention of the microscope. I’ve created a free set of nine different notebooking pages in three different line styles for all ages of learners. These pages are perfect for writing about the history of the microscope or for recording microscope lab reports. Some […]See more
Today’s freebie is another math notebooking page that you can use along with a study of tangrams. Your children can name the shapes of the seven tans, write about the history of the tangram, and share tips for solving the puzzle.See more
Thanks to Nicole (@crookedriverhs) for this excellent idea for a notebooking page. I put out a Tweet on Twitter asking for requests, and she came back with quite a few suggestions, one of which was idioms. Great language arts topic, Nicole! I made four different layouts so that you could choose from more lines for […]See more
I received a special request for a notebooking page about an ancestor. What a great idea. This page is perfect for genealogy or expanding on a family tree. It could also be a nice way to honor your great-great-grandparents on Mother’s Day or Father’s Day. The pages include room for a picture of the ancestor, a box for […]See more