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Today’s freebie is an all-purpose set of two movie themed pages. Ways you could use these pages: taking notes from an educational movie analyzing the elements of fiction in a movie writing a review of a movie creating your own movie script Each of the two layouts is presented in three formats — manuscript ruled […]See more
Do you remember this quirky sentence, “Please excuse my dear Aunt Sally?” That is the mnemonic device commonly used for memorizing the mathematical order of operations. Parenthesis Exponents Multiplication and Division from left to right Addition and Subtraction from left to right Here is a free, printable notebooking page for writing about the order of […]See more
With the year quickly slipping past, it’s time for making new year’s resolutions again. Here are some free printable templates to help you organize your thoughts as you choose goals for the new year. There are two formats, pictured below. These can be used as a quick holiday writing assignment, a goal setting exercise, or […]See more
(photo credit by Tilemahos_E) In the Notebooking Spotlight, we feature homeschool moms who use notebooking with their children. Today we have Judy Hoch in the spotlight. Judy blogs at Contented at Home. Follow her on Twitter @judyhoch. Judy, when did you start notebooking? We got our first taste of notebooking about two years ago when Kaylee and […]See more