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Artist study is one of the more rewarding and relaxing parts of our homeschool. I admit that I like having an excuse to study art that I never made time for in years earlier. Of course, studying the art is the foundation of an artist study, but we like to add in biographies of the […]See more
One of the great classics of Western literature is Pilgrim’s Progress written by John Bunyan. (Don’t get him confused with Paul Bunyan, the oversized hero from American folklore.) I’ve been researching a Pilgrim’s Progress Homeschool Unit Study for Sprite, my daughter. Because I like to incorporate great quotations into our studies, I made these copywork pages […]See more
Quotations make for great notebooking material. I included them on my list of Fifty Things to Put in a Notebook for good reason. You can use them for multiple learning tasks all at the same time. handwriting practice copywork discussions of deep ideas new vocabulary Today’s free notebooking pages are especially designed for quotations […]See more
The blog post 50 Things to Put in a Notebook continues to be one of the most popular how to posts here at The Notebooking Fairy. This series offers specific examples of those fifty different things. Fifty Things to Put into a Notebook: Quotations Quotations are fantastic for a notebook because although they are normally short, they hold […]See more