Dear Homeschooling Mom,
Say NO to busywork, burnout, & overwhelm!
Please watch the VIDEO below to hear our story
and learn more about this tool called NOTEBOOKING.
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I knew I wasn’t giving my kids the 'best of the best'.
Mom of 10 ... ages young to adult
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, quite frankly, the knowledge STICKS. Lightbulbs click and eyes shine! We have a growing treasury of their homeschooling journey.
Discouraged or frustrated with your current homeschooling situation? Please check out the posts below.
These posts give you a glimpse of my path from doom & gloom to victory!
I love the new Notebooking Publisher. Your website just keeps getting better and better. Thank you.
I am new to notebooking and I am just amazed at all that is offered on this website not only to help me get started, but also to keep me going for years to come. We’re starting slow, and just using a few of the membership items right now like some history pages, copywork pages and science experiment pages. I look forward to learning more and watching more tutorial videos on this site to help me as we continue on our notebooking and homeschooling journey. Thank you for this valuable resource!!
I love all the different pages that Debra has been providing for homeschool moms over the years. It’s really helped our History notebooks to be more of my kids creations and that we can keep as treasured keepsakes.
This is worth every cent. A lifetime membership is such a valuable tool. Being able to use living books and have your children create amazing pages. It totally gives your child a canvas to own their learning with. So thankful for Debra’s work, what a blessing!
We used the notebook pages on China. There were so many pages to choose from, we couldn't begin to use them all. It made a really nice notebook with all the different styles. Thank you
We have been using the basic notebooking package to have the kids write recipes that they have enjoyed. These pages will eventually become a cookbook for them when they get married. It is also an adorable way of preserving their writing.
This website was recommended on a forum I frequent. I checked it out because I had just started using Tapestry of Grace and wanted some ideas. It was great to find out several of pages were free! I especially like the Basic pages - they are so versatile. I can't wait to use more of the history pages as we proceed through future years in Tapestry of Grace! Thanks for such a helpful tool in making learning more fun!
We have been using the State Notebooking pages since the summer of 2008...and we LOVE THEM. There are several different pages that just are not included in any other state packages we have looked at. You will not find a better resource anywhere else!
I love Notebooking! It is such a great way for the children to "show what they know" right at the level they are at. Some of my kids have trouble writing--they are so glad to have space to draw pictures and the layouts are inspiring, because there are many pages with fewer lines--not so intimidating. The selection is amazing--and always growing! I am also LOVING the [LIFETIME Membership] idea, because I have always "wanted it all" and now I can have it!!!
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 ;)