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Today, I have a great product to share with you. Some of you might have heard about it before and even used it, but let me reiterate what you may have heard already because this is a product worth checking out if you have not already. is a company that offer a wide variety of notebooking pages (as the name suggest) for all of your homeschool needs. We were blessed to receive a Notebooking Pages Lifetime Membership

Homeschooling and teaching your kids at home can take many, many forms, one of which being notebooking. Notebooking is a way of learning that allows your student to recall what they are learning and appropriating it by writing or drawing about it. That is why notebooking is mainly formed of what they called notebooking pages. is a great ressources for all your notebooking needs. It covers:
  • Bible and Character Study
  • History (Ancient, Medieval, Renaissance, Reformation, Modern)
  • Science
  • Geography with pages that have maps. It covers continental maps (all 5 continents), Countries, USA and World maps
  • Fine Arts
  • Famous People
  • Holidays
  • A-Z for your preschoolers and kindergarten
  • Language Arts
The beauty of NotebookingPages is not only in its exhaustiveness of subjects, but in its abundance of options for notebooking pages per se. Not only you have a large array of different pages design options but you also have 3D pages options and mini-book options. NotebookingPages offer you lined pages, space for drawing, copywork and colouring pages options. I like that you can print the catalogue of design available to you, so that you can see at a glance your options.

This is an online subscription. Everything is online and ready for download and print. 

Though I have come across notebooking a lot in our 8 years of homechooling but I have not really implemented much in our homeschool so I had to do some researching and study on how best to include this. Fortunately offers some tutorials to get you oriented on how to start the whole notebooking venture. They even have an Easy Start Guide to help you getting started notebooking step by step.

The idea is to get a notebook together with your notebooking pages, but the way I intended to use this is by printing the pages that I need and have the boys notebook a particular topic or subject and then we file it in our homeschool binder. 

We got the product at the end of our homeschool year, so I did not use it with our homeschool subjects, but we recently started a book called 40 Days 40 Bites that goes through different countries and their needs as well as some missionary needs, I thought ti would be cool for the kids to notebook what they are learning. So I got the kids to pick their design page and went ahead and printed it for them to use.

Make sure to take advantage of their free notebooking pages to try them out.

Free Notebooking Pages Sampler

Also find them on Facebook and Twitter @NotebookingPgs.

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