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There are MANY ways to engage the kids in learning beyond reading a textbook and filling out a worksheet. Notebooking is just ONE of those alternative methods.
For those that haven’t heard about notebooking, it is basically a journaling approach to learning.
Students do their required work for each subject. This could be reading, discussions, watching videos, or doing experiments. Then, they record the highlights onto a designated notebooking pages. In many ways, a lab notebook is an example of this which some of us remember from high school and college.
Incorporating Notebooking in Your Homeschool
Incorporating Notebooking in Your Homeschool: Using Notebooking Pages
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For which subjects do you see this approach working best?
Don’t just take my word for how we found this to be. Visit the NotebookingPages.com post on the Schoolhouse Review Crew website to see what other homeschooling parents thought about this title and other grade level ones.