Aviation Notebooking Pages {Includes Top 10 Aviators}

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Did you know that November is National Aviation Month? It is! And its the perfect time to study more about aviation and the pioneers in aviation. I decided to create some notebooking pages based on the Top 10 All-Time Great Pilots, according to Smithsonian Air & Space.

I am by no means a history buff, but things like this really fascinate me and get me excited. My oldest, however, does enjoy history and science, so we will have lots of fun with an Aviation study this year! Notebooking is a great way to help retain the information kids learn about a subject. There are a variety of pages in this pack that lend themselves to all ages.

November is National Aviation Month! So, its the perfect time to study top aviators/pilots of the past. These Aviation Notebooking Pages are PERFECT for any unit, single book study or just for research! {48 pages} :: www.inallyoudo.net

This set includes:

  • 18 different types of blank Notebooking pages each in:
    • Large manuscript lines for early writers
    • Small manuscript lines for upper elementary
    • Plain lines for older writers
  • 28 different Aviator pages in:
    • Large manuscript lines for early writers
    • Small manuscript lines for upper elementary
    • Plain lines for older writers

Here are some books you might want to check out to aid in your studies of aviation.

Add some other great reading while learning about barn owls with these great titles. Many may be available at your local library, or you could get a Kindle version for most of them on Amazon. I love using my Kindle Reader app to read with my kids. I have so many titles at the tip of my fingers in just minutes!


Airplanes: Soaring! Diving! Turning! by Patricia Hubbell

Following the success of Trucks: Whizz! Zoom! Rumble!, Trains: Steaming! Pulling! Huffing!, and Cars: Rushing! Honking! Zooming!, Patricia Hubbell introduces the fourth installment to her popular series featuring “things that go!” Sean Addy and Megan Halsey portray a variety of airplanes using vibrant clip art, etchings, and original drawings. Perfect for anyone who loves flying machines!


Big Book of Airplanes by DK Publishing

Imaginations will soar! From the fastest–and noisiest–passenger plane in the world, to downright strange aircraft, here is a spectacular look at a subject of endless fascination to children. Marvel at one of the first planes to blast into space! Learn about a plane that can land on water. And take a close look at the fastest of all jet planes, the Blackbird. Striking photographs are supported by lively and informative text that gives children a fuller understanding of these amazing machines.


How to Build a Plane by Martin Sodomka

In How to Build a Plane, three unlikely friends–Eli, a mouse; Phoebe, a sparrow; and Hank, a frog–decide to build a small plane together. The story follows the friendly trio as they learn all about how a plane flies and how it is constructed. Detailed illustrations show the inner workings of a plane, teaching children the basics of how each part works together to get the plane flying. Through hard work and perseverance, Eli, Phoebe, and Hank learn about both planes and teamwork. With the help of this sweet story, children will learn how airplanes stay up in the air, how a pilot controls the plane, what an aircraft engine looks like, and much more.


Denver and the Doolittle Raidby Bo Burnette

Just a farm boy from Lula, Georgia, Denver was one of the many Army Air Corps volunteers in the Doolittle Raid on Japan. His story is one of bravery in one of the most critical times in history. Denver’s great-great-nephew brings the tale to life for the younger generation with the incredible story of Denver and the Doolittle Raid.


Jimmy Doolittle: A Short Biography for Kids by Joseph Madden

A short illustrated biography of Jimmy Doolittle, leader of the first air attack on Japan in World War II, written in easy-to-read English for younger readers.


Charles Lindbergh: A Short Biography for Kids by Jonathan Madden

A short biography of Charles Lindbergh written for young people. This piece is by no means exhaustive, but will serve well as a good introduction to the major highlights in the life of a “Lucky Lindy.”


Forever Flying: An Autobiography by R.A. “Bob” Hoover

Barnstormer, World War II fighter, pioneering test pilot, aerobatic genius—Bob Hoover is a true American hero. Now, in FOREVER FLYING, he tells his amazing story, sharing all the thrills and chills, spectacular stunts and death-defying exploits that have made him a living aviation legend. Climb into the cockpit with America’s original top gun for an astonishing inside look at flight in action—and on the edge.


Chuck Yeager Goes Supersonic by Alan Biermann

Young readers will love the legend of the great American aviator, Chuck Yeager, who grew up from humble beginnings to become the first person to fly a plane faster than the speed of sound. This beautifully illustrated book shows scenes of Chuck as a boy in rural West Virginia, describes his wild flights as a test pilot in the U. S. Air Force, and recounts the terrifying bumping and rattling flights as he neared the “sound barrier.” The book presents a chapter on what the sound barrier is and why it is so dangerous. The reader can experience, with Chuck, the beautiful moment of success as his rocket plane breaks through to supersonic speeds. Young people will remember always this heroic story and the legendary pilot who took the world of aviation into a new era. From Kirkus Reviews: “Engages young readers’ imaginations, respects their intelligence and takes them along on an exciting, real-life adventure . . . An excellent work of children’s nonfiction that just may inspire the next Chuck Yeager.” From Clarion Reviews: “Beautiful and vivid . . . a portrait of a very human Yeager, a man who was not only passionate and immensely knowledgeable about flying but also an individual who worked hard and overcame significant obstacles to reach his goal.”


Chuck Yeager and the Bell X-1 by Dominick Pisano

Each year, millions of visitors flock to the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum to look at the Bell X-1 aircraft-the vehicle in which Chuck Yeager broke the sound barrier on October 14, 1947. This in-depth look at the legendary aircraft tells the story of this momentous achievement-how the technology was developed, conflicts were resolved, and Yeager and his fellow pilots became the heroic figures depicted in The Right Stuff. A wealth of historical photographs of the Bell X-1 enriches the text, which includes such fascinating material as Yeager’s official memo about the historic flight. This is as close as readers will ever get to being inside the aircraft that paved the way for supersonic flight, thus ushering in the era of space exploration.

Learn more about Amelia Earhart with this fun Mini Unit Study! This 29-page unit includes a poster page, bio pages, word search, copywork and notebooking pages! :: www.inallyoudo.net

Don’t miss this Mini Unit Study on Amelia Earhart for more Aviation inspiration!

Get the Aviation Notebooking Pages

November is National Aviation Month! So, its the perfect time to study top aviators/pilots of the past. These Aviation Notebooking Pages are PERFECT for any unit, single book study or just for research! {48 pages} :: www.inallyoudo.net

November is National Aviation Month! So, its the perfect time to study top aviators/pilots of the past. These Aviation Notebooking Pages are PERFECT for any unit, single book study or just for research!

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Annette has been married to her husband and best friend since 2003. Together they are raising their six children to follow the Lord’s will, no matter what. Annette longs for the day when she will meet all her angel babies who have entered heaven before her. She enjoys creating fun and engaging printables, unit studies and curriculum for homeschool families. You can follow her crazy life at In All You Do where she blogs about marriage, parenting, and homeschooling all while maintaining her sanity. She is also the owner of Thrifty Homeschoolers, where she shares free printables and resources from around the web as well as deals on curriculum and homeschooling resources. You can also keep up with her via Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest.

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This Post Has 14 Comments

  1. Help! I would like the Aviation Notebooking pages, but when I click the link that says Go Here to Download, it takes me to Veteran’s Day printables, but no Aviation notebooking pages in sight…Thank you for your help!

    1. Sorry about that Ginette. The link has now been corrected. Just refresh the post and you should be good to go!

      1. Thanks a bunch! It works now.

  2. Great info on aviators here so thank you for sharing and linking up with us at #AnythingGoes.

  3. Great information and printables on the history of aviation. Thanks for sharing at Made for Kids!

  4. Thanks for sharing these printables and for the book references too! My son will love this, as he loves planes!

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