Are you tired of using multiple choice tests to see if your child has learned anything?
Do you want to create a love of learning in your children?
Do you want your child to learn critical thinking skills in your homeschool?
I strongly recommend using notebooks in your homeschool this school year. Instead of rehashing what I wrote earlier this year, I’ll share some valuable info about notebooking so you can decide if it’s a good fit for your family.
Notebooking was definitely a good fit for my family. My kids created history notebooks, writing notebooks, Bible notebooks, science notebooks and much more. I loved letting my child demonstrate what they learned by creating special pages in their notebooks.
If have the tiniest thoughts about notebooking in your upcoming homeschool year, you should check out Notebooking Pages here (THIS week). There are free templates & paid templates. And you have 3 more days to save $47 on the lifetime membership. Take a look at what it has to offer….
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