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Step 2:
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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 recently joined the treasury and am absolutely stunned by what it includes! I think the treasury is the best value resource available and cant wait for the 2011 school year to start so I can start using the beautifully designed pages. Thanks also for aligning some of your history pages with Tapestry of Grace...you have just made my year so much easier and my kids learning a lot more fun!

Rene Merritt in Australia

  • My kids and I absolutely LOVE your notebooking pages! They look incredible and are so easy to use! I love that you can use them for older or younger ones also! All the options for each product page is wonderful!!! Thank you so much for such a helpful and affordable creation!

Julie in TN

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

I had heard about notebooking for years, but I just KNEW my kids weren’t that into taking notes. As we read history, for instance, I would mention things they needed to write down, and the response was moaning, groaning, and slow motion, then messy, if any notes. Last week, for science, I needed a skeleton page to label, and we had been studying the Explorers. I prayed, talked to my husband, and took the plunge. We purchased the notebooking treasury to save my time. I immediately printed off an Explorers page, a map, and 2 explorers pages each. The pages were met with colored pencils, immediate attention, and almost excitement. Even my 15 yo, who isn’t required with the younger few, sat down and did notes!! Lots of notes. They were engaged, asked spelling, dates, and listened. The 6yo kept up with the others, and had the cutest notes ever!! I’m surprised, and SOLD on notebooking ;)

Chris

We have used so many of these pages in our notebooking, lapbooking, unit studies…I can’t imagine how long it would have taken me to make these up from scratch. And I’m certain they wouldn’t have been nearly as nice! The notebooking publisher is an awesome resource that my children will be using more and more as they improve their typing skills.

Cindy Sinars

As a family with a limited income I want to thank you for the freebies you offer. We started with the Basic Lined Paper, then moved to some other pages such as George Washington. Your designs and illustrations are beautiful and they encourage our children to write and explore their education in a fun and creative manner.

Donna Henkel in LA

We have been members for a couple of years now. I home educate 5 of my 7 children and the oldest 3 especially LOVE using the pages. My eldest daughter who is 12 and becoming more independent in her studies has used many for her self research on birds and horses. It makes my work SO much easier.
Thank you so much.

Christelle

As a homeschooling mom for 8 years now this is the most comprehensive and well done site for notebooking and lapbooking pages I have found anywhere on the web. I was so delighted when I found your site Debra and my children love the lessons we are doing with the pages. I just bought the entire lifetime membership because it is so worth the money!! This saves me so much time and effort, I could just kiss your face. If you are a first year homeschooler or a long time homeschool mom you will appreciate the collection here.

Leslie Block

The Mom's Home Journal is a fantastic resource! I just love mine. The cover is personalized or seasonal if I want it to be, and it contains only the pages that are helpful to me. Some content is changeable before printing, and others I just print out. I've sectioned my large 3-ring binder, but it would be very nice to have smaller books as well.

We have many of the notebooking resources and I love having topical pages for the children's writing that they can color if they wish. I love that the older children have tighter spacing, and younger ones have space to draw with only a few lines to fill with words. Pages or segments can easily fit into notebooking or lapbooking with the children.

I also love the freebies from time to time! I have used notebooking pages for stationary, recipe cards for to-do lists or pretty shopping lists for my sweetheart, and have used many of the cards for thank-yous. The first thing I backed up after recovering from a computer crash on the external hard-drive was my extensive collection of NotebookingPages.com!

I'm a busy mom and after 10 years of homeschooling this is my all-time-favorite homeschooling website.

Kaari in Alaska

I’ve used resources from NotebookingPages.com since our first year of homeschooling. The basic lined pages have always been a staple in our days! With our lifetime membership I’m really looking forward to using the publisher in the coming school year. With 5 children at different levels of schooling I’m excited to be able to customize pages to their skill level withOUT having to re-invent the wheel, or page as it may be. ;) With this coming year being the first that we are foregoing a ‘boxed’ curriculum, I have faith that with the wealth of subject pages available here that I will not be starting from scratch on my own and I’m easily finding what I need to construct our units.

Lisa @CreativLEI