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Do you use notebooking for math? If your children are very verbal, writing about math can cement mathematical concepts for them. If your children don’t like writing, but they do like math, math notebooking can be a sneaky way to encourage them to write. This is a general math notebooking page that can be used […]See more
These elements of fiction notebooking pages can be used with the picture book Ish or with any picture book, novel, or short story because every work of fiction has a plot and a theme. Identifying the theme of a work of literature can be a difficult task for children. This notebooking page is designed to […]See more
Understanding the elements of fiction is a major part of a language arts curriculum. High schoolers should be able to read a novel and write an essay about a character — often called a character sketch. Younger children can begin to think about character using these free notebooking pages. The first page is a graphic […]See more
Read any good living books lately? Here is a free printable that will complement your language arts studies. This book report form can serve as a reading journal as you read a novel. Or you can fill it out after you finish reading a novel.There is room to address most of the elements of fiction as […]See more