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Notebooking

Notebooking is a fancy variation of project work that you store in a binder, that uses some aspects of lapbooking such as lift-the-flap tabs and so on.

Notebooking can be used for traditional subject-by-subject learning as well as for unit-studies).

You can also use worksheets – the fancier, more visual ones may be found on the web by searching for ‘notebooking pages’ or ‘graphic organizers’.

Like Lapbooking, Notebooking creativity is only limited by your imagination!

Take a look at Cindy Rushton’s book “Notebooking! Yes! You can Be a Binder Queen Too!”

http://www.notebookingnook.com/

http://www.notebookingpages.com/


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