- 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!