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Here are more free printable notebooking pages inspired by our trip to Philadelphia, PA. I’ve always admired Benjamin Franklin. It seems he could do everything — science, printing, inventing, politics, writing. This set of pages has two portraits of Franklin, one black and white and another in color. A third page features his role as […]See more
I was inspired by A is for Anteater blog to borrow the book Ish by Peter H. Reynolds from the library. It’s a new favorite! If you’ve not read this picture book, you really need to. I shared it with my mother and she laughed out-loud in delight. When I shared it with a good friend, she […]See more
Today’s freebie is a set of 8 notebooking pages designed for geography vocabulary. As usual, the pages include several layouts, each in three different line sizes for all ages of learners. Click here or the thumbnails below to get the printables. These pages would make a great complement to Map Drills. We came across […]See more
These mosquito notebooking pages are useful for nature study, biology, or as in our case, a study of disease. We just finished reading An American Plague, the story of the Yellow Fever epidemic in Philadelphia in 1793. I appreciated how An American Plague makes you think as you read. The actual cause of Yellow Fever is […]See more