Many homeschool moms spend hours and hours looking for free resources that are worth the time and effort.
If you are reading this, then I know that you like (if not love) my website’s 300+ free printables for your homeschool.
I, like you, love to find excellent-quality homeschool printables for both younger and older children that will make my life easier without sacrificing quality of learning.
In this post, I will share with you a wonderful set of free printable notebooking pages on Martin Luther King Jr.
But if you want more, then read on because here, you will find everything you need!
Free Printable Notebooking Pages
Notebooking pages are great for kids to learn because the sky is the limit.
All they need is a couple of good books on the topic, a sharpened pencil and these notebooking pages!
And speaking of good books, here are some you might enjoy:
I am Martin Luther King, Jr. (Ordinary People Change the World)A Picture Book of Martin Luther King, Jr. (Picture Book Biography)Who Was Martin Luther King, Jr.?Martin Luther King, Jr. (Little People, BIG DREAMS (41))I Have a Dream (Book & CD)My First Biography: Martin Luther King, Jr.
Blank notebooking pages are perfect in preparing students for high school writing because they will be used to doing research.
Free Notebooking Pages Printable Set
Notebooking pages can take your children step by step to go simple at a younger age to more complex research as they get older.
And if you love these free notebooking pages, you will love their membership program!
They have lots of free sets like this one and SO MUCH MORE inside!
You will love it as much as we do!
There is a set of every topic you can think of.
Homeschool Notebooking Pages
Your school day will go a lot more smoothly when kids take ownership of their work.
They will discover so much more than just reading out of a textbook!
Yes, you can definitely use these with textbooks, but if kids are given these pages as blank canvases, they will read and discover things that they find interesting, instead of being told what is and isn’t important to know.
Just get the Productive Homeschool membership, print out a few sets and give it a go!
Watch your kids go bananas over what they discover!
Let them have sharing time or work together as a team.
Whatever they prefer.
We sometimes go back and forth between the two because both are great.
We are part of a homeschool co-op where the kids have to give a short presentation on a topic every single week.
Their notebooking pages have gotten them out of a pickle when they realized that they have forgotten to prepare a short speech.
They just go to their binder, find on of their notebooking pages from the past (already written in) and there they go!
What do you think? Are you ready for something that is a lot of fun and educational!