October is almost here and that means some elections will be taking place. While the presidency is not up for vote this year, other office are and kids need to learn about them.
Since we love notebooking in our house and are working on using them more, I created some fun Election Day themed Notebooking Pages for all ages. Notebooking is a great way to help retain the information kids learn about a subject or person – or office in this case. There are a variety of pages in this pack that lend themselves to all ages.
This set includes:
- 21 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
Use the blank Notebooking pages for studying different candidates, presidents of the past, congressmen and women or just about elections and politics in general.
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Election season is coming up and it’s never too early to learn about the process of politics. Use the FREE Notebooking Pages to help kids learn more about candidates, offices or politics in general.
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