I’ve finally reached the end of my Notebooking 101 series. It sure took me long enough, right??
Nature study notebooking, or nature study journals, were actually the first type of notebooking I ever heard of, yet they were the last kind we actually tried.
Inspired by the Charlotte Mason method, these notebooks are a beautiful keepsake for both your children and you. Find out some practical tips in my latest Notebooking 101 video.
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What’s your homeschool kryptonite? You know. That one thing that kind of sucks the joy out of educating your kids at home.
If there’s one homeschooling resource I tend to shy away from, it’s textbooks. While I do admit that many of them carry helpful information, to me, they just aren’t interesting. When you’re a huge proponent of interest-led learning, that’s a big turn off.
However… Continue reading “Notebooking 101: Notebooking Through Textbooks”
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”