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Step 1:
Shift your mindset.

Step 2:
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Step 3:
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I knew I wasn’t giving my kids the 'best of the best'.

After 6 years of homeschooling, I knew I wasn’t giving my kids the 'best of the best'. I didn’t want them to turn out like me, a great student who 20 years later, with high school & college diplomas in hand, doesn’t remember much of anything taught.

When we notebook our studies, they remember more. Light bulbs click.  Eyes shine! We have a growing collection of their homeschool journey lining our bookshelves.

Debra Reed

Debra Reed

Owner, Publisher NotebookingPages.com

Mom of 10, ages young to adult

This is not how homeschooling was supposed to be!

Our curriculum just isn’t working. My child hates writing. How do I homeschool multiple children and not lose my mind? I’m tired of all this busywork. My child’s not motivated (honestly, I’m not motivated). I need to simplify our day. Would love to add delight-directed learning to our day. My kids aren’t retaining anything. Want something to cement what we are learning. Need more variety in our day. Tired of wasting money on resources we don’t use. Want a more personalized education. Want an easier way to keep track of what we are learning. Kids can’t wait for the school day to FINALLY be over. Want something tangible to help lessons "stick". Want my children to learn, not just pass a test. Want my kids to enjoy learning without having to prod. Feel like we are not getting enough done. We are so bored!

Other homeschoolers ...

the reasons they joined our membership program.

Take a peek into my homeschool story.

The Doom & Gloom of Homeschooling (Part 1)
We all have days (maybe weeks, months, even years), where we are plain worn out, discouraged, or frustrated with homeschooling. Homeschooling just isn’t working out like we thought it would (or should).
3 Homeschooling Myths that Trapped Me (Part 2)
I have found that the things I am most passionate about are often the things that bring me the most overwhelm. Why? I tend to do everything I can to make my most passionate dreams a success and end up lost ...
The Victory over Busywork and Overwhelm (Part 3)
With these two tools, she said I could completely change the dynamics of how we homeschool. After six years of overwhelm, I was ready to try anything!

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I love, love, love using the pre-formatted notebooking pages! As a member it is very convenient to come to the download center to pick the pages I need without having to store everything on my computer or use a CD. The download center is logically organized which makes finding what you need a breeze. I haven’t had the need to use the publisher yet, but plan on using it this year for history and copywork. I did try the publisher when it was first introduced and found it easy to use, I love the fact that you can make custom pages with ease. If you have ever tried to make notebook pages with Word, you know how much hard, head-scratching work it is, the Publisher is much easier and less frustrating than anything I have ever tried to create on my own.

Nancy

Notebooking Pages is wonderful. So many ideas and options. Oh, to have enough printer ink and time to do them all! Debra’s work is terrific, and on so many themes and ideas. Definitely something for everyone.

Rhoda

I love using the History of Ancient Times Complete Set of Notebooking Pages. It is a complete volume with nearly every topic one might need to produce beautiful notebooks of their studies of Ancient Egypt, Ancient Asia, Ancient Greeks, Ancient Americas and Ancient Rome. The pictures are well-chosen and there is a variety of page styles for each topic so you can choose how much or little room you need for writing or if you want to illustrate something yourself in an empty box. I also like that it can be used with multiple children through the years as it provides lines for beginning writers as well as for older writers. We are finishing up our Rome study and I don't know how we could have made as nice a notebook without this resource!

Shonya Klein in Missouri

Just want to say thank you for all that you offer. At the moment we can't afford to become members, but your freebies have added a lot to our lessons...Notebooking is new to us, and we are starting out small, but I feel once our son gets more into writing he will have me printing out a lot more paper.

He did his thank you notes, and Christmas notes on your notebooking pages...I feel what we have done so far has been nicer looking then throwing it together. He did a time line of Harriet Tubman and with one of the pages he drew details of her life in the boxes and added his own words..This will be fun and I think these pages will encourage him to write...I feel this is a ministry and hope your family knows it is a blessing...

Kolleen Heck in Florida

The notebooking pages are invaluable resources for our homeschool. I love that I can just search for what I need for what we’re studying and voila, there it is. Makes my life so easy. And I love that my kids much rather think than fill in mindless worksheets.

Jennifer Lambert

Our children are enjoying using the Basic Notebooking Pages set this year. We use them especially in history this year, and they are making a history notebook that brings all their history narrations into one place. The youngest children use pages with just a few lines and place for illustrations, while the oldest uses pages with more space for writing for her written narrations. We're also using this set for vocabulary words, reading, verb conjugations... I love how versatile this set is. It really is sufficient for all our notebooking needs!

Natasha in Quebec

This has been a membership all of us have enjoyed. It is useful for all ages, and each student has everyday favorites not to mention the specialized pages for particular projects.. The pages are attractive to use and provide simplicity of design that doesn’t distract, but also there is variety and options to provide a springboard for creativity. I so appreciate that the number of pages keeps growing; I look forward to reading about the new updates. Also customer service is great.

amanda

I have just recently stumbled upon this treasure of a site and am so looking forward to next year when I can put notebooking to work in our schooling. I am combing the website nightly and amazed by everything there is to offer. I am excited about working with the notebooking app to create our own sheets;)

Amanda Gabers

I purchased the State notebooking package for my 9-year-old. Not only did she have fun learning about Texas, but I also adapted it for my 16-year-old. Now both are using it for U.S. State History at different levels. They are scrapbooking through the U.S. The best part of all of this is as a new homeschooler (1st year) it is a tremendous help to me, but also they are working TOGETHER. Its great. I am now a member of notebooking. Thanks for everything.

Cindy in TX

I have 4 kids 8,8,4 & 3. When we started homeschooling 2 years ago I was so overwhelmed, trying to figure out how to make sure they retained what we learned. When I found https://notebookingpages.com I was so thrilled to find a way to make sure they were retaining information, practicing their writing skills, improving their handwriting, all while having a good time. This was the answer! As I started notebooking I learning that even beyond being great for my 8 year olds, the little ones (4 &3) enjoying coloring, drawing and beginning their writing skills on the notebook pages as well! Now it’s a full family activity, and I am able to give each child a page that is at their level in the same subject! A total homeschool homerun!

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