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Back when I wrote a guest post for Mary at Homegrown Learners about Getting Started with Homeschooling, there were several great comments and questions to address. Here is one: Our most successful notebook pages are for history, but I have a boy who always wants to make his pictures “silly” which I find very distracting […]See more
Q: How do you handle a reluctant writer in terms of notebooking? A: By changing the medium or reducing words. Whether the reluctance is because of a learning uniqueness or simply because of personality, the tips below should help. Actually, notebooking has a huge advantage over traditional worksheets and tests in that it is extremely […]See more
Today’s question and answer post is based on a question from a reader. She asks which subjects notebooking is most beneficial for. That’s a great question because it means that mom is thinking strategically about how notebooking is going to help her homeschooled child learn. Learning is the purpose for notebooking. If you find that […]See more
Today’s Q & A post offers something totally new — a video! Yes, the Notebooking Fairy is now vlogging. (The basic information, in text format, is below for those of you who prefer to read rather than watch.) Q: When using notebooking, how many binders should each child have? Do you combine all the year’s […]See more