Man, I love notebooking! It’s just so simple, and yet allows for more complexity and creativity than any other homeschool system that I have learned about. A lot of times, we use notebooking pages that I find for free on the internet that are themed to whatever unit we’re working on. There are a lot of great free themed pages out there!
But the majority of the time, Lil’Miss just wants to be able to grab a basic page that fits the idea she already has in mind. So I created these basic notebooking pages to keep around. After she reads, she can choose whichever one she likes to write and draw her thoughts.
Oh, and they’re free!
So here they all are! Click the link below or the image to download the PDF. I print out a bunch at a time so there’s always different ones to choose from.
A little different, this one has a space for an image a little way down the page.
This one is a simple page of lines. I print a few just like this and then I also print this one on the back of all the notebooking pages so there’s more room for writing.
I like this one because it has space for 4 different spaces at the bottom. This is great for representing, say, 4 different Greek alphabet letters you happen to be learning about. Or any other 4 things. It comes in really handy!
So there you go. Six basic notebooking pages to add to your collection. What is your favorite style of notebooking page?
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