I’ve heard from a lot of parents that while their kids initially enjoyed notebooking, they got bored with it after awhile. What I make sure to say to that is this: Don’t limit notebooking to narrations, essays, and lists. There are soooooo many ways to notebook, so today I shared the ultimate list of notebooking ideas with you!
Do your kids like to write? Up until about this time last year, my kids hated anything that had to do with putting their thoughts on paper. Tears would flow as they were composing essays and researching reports.
I was at my wit’s end.
Over the years, I had heard of notebooking and knew only that it was similar to lapbooking, which we were already doing. Finally as a last resort, I decided to actually begin to research what it was all about, and I am so glad I did. Continue reading “12 Easy Ways to Use Notebooking in Your Homeschool”
I can’t believe we’re already at the second last day of this series. I’m actually really excited about today’s post because I’ll be discussing two tricks that are potentially the biggest time-savers in a large family homeschool- read-alouds and notebooking. (See my video on read-alouds and notebooking here.)
I know that these two terms are often thrown around in homeschooling circles as great ways to supplement learning, but have you ever considered the fact that they can be used as your sole homeschooling method? Continue reading “Large Family Homeschool Hack #3: Read-Alouds and Notebooking”