Use these general Bible pages to Notebooking any Topic from the Old Testament. These pages are also great for Scripture Copywork.
We used these ten commandment pages to learn the ten commandments. The first sheet was our cover page. The next set of sheets we used to copy each commandment. We learned two commandments a week until we finished and memorized them all. This is also a good opportunity to teach roman numerals up to ten.
Use these general Bible pages to Notebooking any Topic from the New Testament. These pages are also great for Scripture Copywork.
Ancient Times Notebooking Pages:
Medieval Times Notebooking Pages:
Early Modern Times Notebooking Pages:
Modern Times Notebooking Pages:
General State Facts Sheet
These Poetry Copywork pages are great for copying poetry. Each stanza layout includes two styles, one with a title line, and one without a title line. Learn more here about Poet/Poetry study.
This page is great for defining a part of speech (verb, noun, adjective, etc.)
These spelling sheets are great for spelling quizzes or tests. There is a sheet that is divided in half with only 12 numbers. This page is perfect for having the child write the correct spelling of each word she misses on the line next to each number.
We use these ABC order pages with our spelling words list. These work great for reviewing ABC order with older kids too.
The following sheets were made to use with the IEW program. Our family has used this writing program for 5 years and I highly recommend it.
This daily writing checklist can be used with your notebooking pages. Require your child to use one dress up daily in his writing (notebooking pages) as review or to challenge him.
The pages below are perfect for your Nature Study Notebook. Keep them on hand when you are out and about doing your weekly nature studies.
We use this sheet for our multiplication drill. I write multiplication problems in each box and give a two minute drill to help with speed. I work on one fact, like the two times tables, and give the drill each day until it is mastered in under two minutes.
Then I will move on to the three’s, but I will sneak some two’s in there as well to help retain what they have learned.
We really have lots of fun with these drills and the kids like the extra push of competing against their previous time.
Free Basic Notebooking Pages coming soon
Narration cubes are a fun way to add variety to oral or written narrations.
Directions: After reading children roll the cube to see which element of the story they will narrate.
Story Elements are:
If your are reading aloud as a family have everyone take a turn rolling the cube and narrating. If only two children, you can have them go back a forth a few times narrating more than one story element.
Independent Readers: The cube works great with independent reading too. After independent reading your child can roll the cube and then orally narrate to you, or she could create a Notebooking page or written narration about the story element.
The story elements cube works well for short children’s books, bible stories or passages, and chapter books.
Planning and record keeping is a must for homeschool families. Here are a few pages I created for my family to help keep us organized and happy. If there are certain pages you would like to see here…please leave a comment below and let us know.
Unit Study Record Log
Include this in your portfolio to record to record all that you do in a unit study.
Use this chart to log in your read-alouds. Use a separate sheet for each subject to stay organized.
Unit Study Planning Sheets
This is a great to stay organized as you plan out your unit studies…print out only the pages that you need.