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Rotifers are called “animals with wheels” in A World in a Drop of Water. Here are some free printable notebooking pages you can use when you study these microscopic organisms. 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 […]See more
As a supplement to the Reformation Day notebooking pages, I created another set of pages featuring five great men of church history: Martin Luther John Knox William Tyndale John Calvin John Wycliffe The John Knox thumbnail below is an example of what the pages look like. Pages are in three different line styles: primary, wide-ruled, and college-ruled. An […]See more
Studying the Byzantine Empire? If so, you will probably include the most famous of the emperors of Byzantium — Justinian the Great. This fascinating person is the focus of a notebooking page in three line styles for all age ranges. Also included in the set are two layouts dealing with the Hagia Sophia, or St. Sophia, the […]See more
These printable Christianity notebooking pages are the fifth post in series on world religions. The free printables include two layouts in two line styles. Symbols of the Christian religion and a map are included in these full color pages. I hope these are helpful with your history and culture studies. Let me know if you […]See more