What is notebooking? Have you ever heard of it? Notebooking, in a nutshell, is the most structured and flexible way of studying any topic under the sun.
This is not copywork, although copywork could be included in a lesson.
Basically, we went to NotebookingPages.com and logged into our Lifetime Membership. I took a few minutes to browse the many subjects and topics to find topics that
1) we are already studying and can enrich with these note booking pages and
2) we are interested in studying to print out and find a time to study them.
In this case, we were wrapping up our biology lessons about the different systems in our body like the circulatory system, the respiratory system, etc.
So when I came across these printable skin lessons, I knew it would be perfect to expound on our unit, especially because we hadn’t studied skin much.
Printable Skin Lessons for Kids using Notebooking
Take a look at how awesome these printables are! Having the Notebooking Pages Lifetime Membership is definitely paying off!
These pages had amazing pages that bring out plenty of provocations to ask questions, to research and to learn.
The reason why I mentioned that notebooking is structured and flexible at the same time is because of several reasons. Within the topic the pages are about, you have the flexibility to go as in depth as you want.
Make it an introductory lesson or go into all kinds of rabbit trails to keep on learning and connecting learning more and more. Isn’t that awesome?!
3D Skin Model
After using this integumentary system notebooking set, I got inspired and we made a 3D model of a limb. We used simple items like skin-colored felt, red yarn and a wooden cylinder from our homeschool materials.
We really brought our learning home to realize just how much our skin does to protect us. We learned so much with these notebooking pages! And I love the freedom that they give us to learn what we want, how we want it.
Actually, I love how NotebookingPages.com has so many notebooking pages covering so many topics! I mean, these are just a few pages, compared to the thousands that they offer.
To use our systems unit as a good transition, I decided to get the anatomy pages to use as a review and also the five senses pages to do afterward. I love it!
Let me highly recommend getting the Notebooking Pages Lifetime Membership for your homeschool. Once you try notebooking, you will discover just how classical learning had it right all along.
Doing your own research and asking questions is fantastic! My children and I thoroughly enjoyed these printable skin lessons using notebooking.
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