We have organized all of our Notebooking printables onto one simple page! You’ll find some great resources for implementing the notebooking method in your homeschool classroom!
We’ve recently created some amazing writing guides for beginning and reluctant readers. Currently, you can purchase Poetry, Biography, Research, and Instructions in our online e-store. Be sure to subscribe if you would like updates when new titles are released!
We are using the Mystery of History in our classroom this year, and this page has all of the crafts, activities, and printables that we’ll be using alongside this amazing program!
I’m actually a very minimal planner, but here are a couple of the different planning worksheets that I’ve made over the past few years.
Use our printables to teach children the Scientific Method. You can print the chart and laminate it to hang in you classroom, or cut out the strips for children to practice putting them in order. There is also a worksheet for children to take the necessary steps when performing an experiment.
These Weekly Bible Verse Worksheets are great for children of all ages. These are weekly bible verse memory sheets that give children something to work on for each day of the week. There is a KG version and a K-3 version. The K-3 version includes space for copy work in print or cursive. This is a great way to motivate your kiddos to learn their verses!
Our Writing Guides are for beginning and reluctant writers. I developed these step by step writing resources to children get their ideas on paper in an organized fashion. There are fun characters Read more about our writing guides, or check out details for each guide below:
Creating a Summer Reading chart is a fantastic way to keep kids learning throughout the Summer months. Visit your local library and stock up on fun books your child is interested in. Often times your library will have their own Summer reading program you can participate in as well!
We’ve got some fantastic Dinosaur Notebooking through a dinosaur research report. These are We’ve got some fantastic Dinosaur Notebooking poster board for a great end-of-the-year project. Pages you can use to help guide your children.
We are learning about the human body and I’ve been making some fun printables to go alongside our lessons. You’ll find visual charts, notebooking pages, printable games, crafts, and more!
These printable math mats have a fun Buggy theme! There are coordinating number cards 1-12, and each card includes the number, written form, and a picture of the corresponding amount of bugs.
Children love sorting sea shells. Simply sorting them by shape makes a great activity for preschool-aged. I made these so that my kiddos could have fun aged children, and the older ones love to learn the different names of all the shells. I found so many different “names’ for the shells, you’re welcome to change them as needed.
Click on any of these links above to be led to a treasure trove of homeschool printables for every age, grade level, and subject! We’ve enjoyed creating them for your use at home or even in a classroom setting. Download them today!