Learn About the Grand Canyon through Notebooking

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The Grand Canyon is one of the world’s most beautiful and well-known landmarks. It is located in the American southwest in the state of Arizona. Visited by millions of people each year, it is an awe-inspiring natural wonder on many personal and family bucket lists. And, it is also a topic rich with learning opportunities for children at any age.

This set of Grand Canyon notebooking pages contains images of the park’s landforms, as well as examples of native flora and fauna. And, using them in your homeschool will spark, or further flame, a love for the places, animals, and nature protected within Grand Canyon National Park.

The Grand Canyon Notebooking Journal includes 45 pages about the Grand Canyon. You'll find pages for geography, landforms, flora pages found in the park, and fauna pages about two animals you will see. Get yours FREE for a limited time only thru September 13, 2019! #GrandCanyon #travel #notebooking #iaydhomeschoolers

Using notebooking pages in your homeschool is a phenomenal way to facilitate learning. And, it can simplify your homeschool because it works well in so many situations.

Themed notebooking pages, like this Grand Canyon set, can accompany a unit study or be used as an independent research tool.

The guided pages in this resource make it easy to research Grand Canyon National Park. Because, many of the pages are labeled with specific landforms, native plant species, and native animal species found within it. This guided adventure through the park provides children a detailed look at the features and life found there.

Perfect for Multi-Age Homeschools

These Grand Canyon notebooking pages are easily adaptable for any age. The set includes a full version with primary lines and a full version with standard lines. It also comes with a full-color set and a black and white set. The black and white pages are great for beginning writers or children who enjoy more coloring and artistic outlets.

These pages will make a fantastic starting point for a Grand Canyon unit study. Where each child, regardless of age, can be learning about the same things, making planning simple.

Great for Varying Ability Levels and Learning Styles

Even when our homeschooled children are close in age their ability levels can vary tremendously, just like in any classroom. So, these versatile notebooking pages allow children to learn in a way that compliments their learning style.

Of course, they can easily be used to record research done in books. But, for students who learn best in other ways try some out-of-the-box learning ideas that will cater to different learning styles.

For instance, a tactile/kinesthetic learner might want to learn about the Grand Canyon through hands-on projects.

In this case, your child could put together projects they design themselves, build a cactus or tortoise out of Legos, or use playdough or clay to make a Big Horn Sheep or create the layers of the canyon walls.

Once completed, they can then record their creative process on the pages through writing and drawing. Or, they could take a picture of their artwork and attach it to their notebooking pages using it as a journal or scrapbook of what they’ve created.

How to Use Grand Canyon Notebooking Pages

These notebooking pages include the names of flora, fauna, and landforms found within the park. There are so many great ways to use these pages, but below you’ll find just a few.

Unit Study

Plan a complete Grand Canyon unit study and use these pages to record learning during your study.

Research Prompts

Use the guided pages as prompts to look up and research more about the plants, animals, and landforms found at Grand Canyon National Park. They can be used with a parent guiding the learning or as an independent project for older students.

Writing Pages

Use these pages to write stories featuring places, animals, and plants from the Grand Canyon.

Field Trip Journal

If you’re lucky enough to live close to the Grand Canyon, you can use these pages as a place to record the details of a field trip or family vacation.

Grand CanyonGrand CanyonGrand CanyonWhat I Saw in Grand Canyon: A Kid's Guide to the National ParkWhat I Saw in Grand Canyon: A Kid’s Guide to the National ParkWhat I Saw in Grand Canyon: A Kid's Guide to the National ParkWhere Is the Grand Canyon?Where Is the Grand Canyon?Where Is the Grand Canyon?Good Night Grand Canyon (Good Night Our World)Good Night Grand Canyon (Good Night Our World)Good Night Grand Canyon (Good Night Our World)The Grand Canyon (Wonders of America)The Grand Canyon (Wonders of America)The Grand Canyon (Wonders of America)G is for Grand Canyon: An Arizona AlphabetG is for Grand Canyon: An Arizona AlphabetG is for Grand Canyon: An Arizona Alphabet

 

Grand Canyon Notebooking Pages include:

  • 45+ Total Grand Canyon Notebooking Pages
  • Primary Lined Set
  • Standard Lined Set
  • 1 Color Version
  • 1 Black & White Version

Geography & Landforms of the Park

  • Arizona Outline Pages
  • Grand Canyon Image pages
  • Colorado River Image pages
  • Havasu Falls Image Pages

Flora pages

  • Escobaria Vivipara Cactus Pages
  • Utah Agave Plant Pages

Fauna Pages

  • Big Horn Sheep Pages
  • Desert Tortoise Pages

*Plus, Extra Blank pages to add in any information about the Grand Canyon. 

Grab Your FREE Grand Canyon Notebooking Journal Available Until 9/13/19

The Grand Canyon Notebooking Journal includes 45 pages about the Grand Canyon. You'll find pages for geography, landforms, flora pages found in the park, and fauna pages about two animals you will see. Get yours FREE for a limited time only thru September 13, 2019! #GrandCanyon #travel #notebooking #iaydhomeschoolers

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However, you can find more lessons and printables like this one over at Pool Noodles & Pixie Dust.

I’m Heidi, a lover of Jesus, coffee, and homeschooling on the road. With my family, I’m making my way across the US as a full-time RVer, while blogging and creating products to help homeschoolers and other educators. We are on a search for simple real-life homeschool days where we learn through experiences (like visiting the Gand Canyon!) and try not to take ourselves too seriously.

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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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