Wait! These notebook pages are excellent for any study from prehistory through World War 2, not just Sonlight. They lend themselves well to narration-style notebooking for younger children ages K-2, but can definitely be used with older children as well. In fact, as I was making them, my 3rd and 4th graders were studying Victorian Times in Sonlight Core C, and I printed out the one I made for my 1st grader.
Why would these be okay for such a large range? Narration! My 1st grader care barely write a sentence by herself, let alone a synopsis of a chapter we just read. Check out this post that will help you guide your younger child in any notebooking endeavor. She will narrate whatever the page asks her to, and I will transcribe it onto the notebooking page. Don't worry, you don't have to do all the work! There are many areas for her to draw pictures as narration, use word banks to label items, and even do some mapwork.
I hope you really like these! On another note, if you would like to see these pages for your child to write on them and skip the transcribing yourself, make a comment below, and I will adapt these with 3-lined handwriting paper or 2-lined handwriting paper to suit you.
History Notebook Pages for Early Learners
History Notebook Pages for Early Learners - 3 lines