Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Paddle to the Sea Notebooking Pages



After creating these, I'm ready for a break!  I do want to get the Minn of the Mississippi pages done before we reach the Lewis and Clark Expedition in our American history studies, though.  I started those, but they are a long way off yet.  I'm a little burned out and need some time to reboot to get fresh ideas!  :)

As I promised, though, the Paddle to the Sea notebooking pages are ready!  Map work, writing summaries, research, 3D components, and many bunny trails await!  On to the good stuff.

Paddle to the Sea notebook pages


Julie

17 comments:

  1. Perfect timing. We just started Paddle to the Sea this week. Thank you so much for sharing!

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  2. Bless you for sharing your hard work!

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  3. Thank you SO much for this excellent study to go along with the book. I was actually able to find some very clear maps with Lake Nipigon on it. I cropped these maps to make the part needed bigger and they were still very clear. It does say you cannot freely distribute them so maybe you couldn't put it in your study but you could link to them. http://www.freeusandworldmaps.com/images/USPrintable/USACanadaPrintText.jpg
    http://www.freeusandworldmaps.com/images/USPrintable/USACanadaPrintNoText.jpg
    Thanks again :)
    Liz

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    1. Thanks, Liz! These maps are great.

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    2. Lia, these maps are amazing! thank you for sharing!
      In England,
      Nicole AUld

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  4. Thank you so much for this as we study Paddle To the Sea!

    In England,
    Nicole Auld

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  5. Thank you SO much for the Paddle to the Sea Notebooking pages. What a huge blessing! (And...I'll go ahead and thank you for the other Holling C. Holling books' corresponding notebook pages as I have a pretty good idea that we'll be using those as well). :)

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  6. These are perfect - thank you so much!

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  7. We just finished this unit and absolutely loved it!! Thanks so much!!

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  8. Starting Paddle to the Sea with my children tomorrow. I'm so glad that I pinned this page several months ago, knowing that the unit was coming! Thank you so much for all of your work on this!

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  9. These are Holling C. HOlling pages are fantastic. What a great resource I've stumbled upon. Any chance you'll do Seabird in the future? :D

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    1. I might. It was on my radar, but I don't actually own that one for some reason.

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  10. Thank You! You are a lifesaver!

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  11. Thank you for this! Do you have any living book suggestions to go along with these pages?

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  12. When I print these pages, they only take up half the page, whether I print in landscape or portrait. Is this my problem, or is it formatted strangely? Thanks for any suggestions.

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    1. It's not formatted strangely. :) When I print it out, it prints the whole page as it looks in the PDF.

      I've been looking around for a possible solution, and then it occurred to me that I've had this problem with other printables I've downloaded. Oftentimes, you have to actually download the document by clicking the button at top middle of the page. If you try to print from the page that pops up right after you click my link, I remember things printing wonky.

      So go ahead and click the "underlined arrow" to download, and a new window will open. You can either print from this document or save it and print, whichever you prefer. Try that and let me know if that helps. :)

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