It’s no secret that history is not my favorite subject. I did not like while I was in school and did not retain the information. However, history was one of my husband’s favorite subjects and is now one of my eldest son’s too. But that is just one more reason I enjoy homeschooling our kids – I really am learning right alongside them.
Even though history wasn’t my favorite subject, since we became a full-time traveling family it is starting to grow on me. I love seeing all the historic sites and learning about the history of the United States as well as the individual cities and towns. All of the kids are enjoying our adventures so far, but our oldest seems to enjoy them even more, so I wanted to make sure he remembered what we were seeing.
That’s why I created these simple History Notebooking Pages for Middle and High Schoolers. I love how these turned out. Since I am a no frill kinda girl, I created these notebooking pages generic enough to use with any history unit study, lesson or field trip. This 18-page notebooking set is the perfect addition to any middle or high schooler’s history studies.
These notebooking pages coordinate nicely with the other printables included in my Middle & High School Homeschool Planner! With over 55 pages of printable calendars, assignment lists, report helps and more, this planner truly has what your middle and high schooler need to succeed this year! Right now you can get it for 30% OFF in our Back to School Sale! Hurry…sale ends TONIGHT, September 1st at 11:59pm EST!
Included in this pack:
- 18 Generic History Notebooking Pages
- A mixture of prompted notebooking pages & plain
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