Friday, June 27, 2014
This set bloated its way out to 90 pages! The girls and I certainly won't use them all, but I wanted to have them available just in case.
These are simple pages with colorful graphics (that could certainly be printed in black and white) with lines to summarize history readings, and some pages have space to draw if you wish. Sometimes we don't even use these drawing areas. At the end of the document is a page with lines only. Once in a while, the girls are required to write more than the lines allow on the first notebook page with the graphics
Hopefully these are useful to someone out there! I had to separate the file, as it was so huge.
American History Part 2 (Civil War to Present) notebook pages-A
American History Part 2 (Civil War to Present) notebook pages-B
Thursday, June 19, 2014
Thursday, June 12, 2014
There are 33 pages to work with here. These pages don't have a lot of open-ended pages, but a lot of fill in the blanks and some 3D manipulative components.
I made these pages for my 5th and 6th graders, but there just isn't a lot of work. I realize they could do more, but these pages are for history and not writing class, so I decided to make them less work for them. The age range for these pages widens because of this, so I'll let you be the judge of when to use them.
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Gold Rush Notebook Pages
Friday, June 6, 2014
- Conversations in Literacy shared several ideas on phonics notebooking for younger kids.
- For littles as well, A Teacher's Treasure showcased an excellent notebook page for word families.
- Keep track of fiction and nonfiction books read in your homeschool with a Venn diagram notebook page.
- Get crafty with this fun and creative poetry page for your language arts notebook.
- This is an idea to get some creative adjectives flowing from mind to notebook page. I included it not to print, but this would be an excellent homemade notebook page!
- Still on adjectives, but more crafty, create this little flapbook for any part of speech.
- After reading a book, have your child summarize in only a few sentences with a thumbnail printed of the book!
- The sky is the limit for the inside of this fun little bat book. Again, summarizing with a fun twist!
- Get in the Fold shares a great way to showcase strong beginnings and endings of stories.
- Get your middle schooler analyzing character with this interactive notebook page.
- Give your student descriptive words of characters in a current book on a card and have them find sentences to support that trait. Then store the cards in a character analysis pocket.
- Display similes and onomatopoeia in a creative and accessible notebook page. I love this blog!
- Here's a freebie! I created copywork and picture study pages for my upper elementary girls. The sentences are in print, but I required them to translate the sentences into cursive. These could be for early elementary as well since they are in print.
- Zany flap books bring some fun to types of sentences!
- Cement in those Latin root words with these notebook pages.
I hope you've found some inspiration here today!