Resurrection Day Notebooking Pages

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My oldest son often feels left out of our studies, because most of the printables I create are geared toward elementary ages. However, the notebooking pages are a great way to help him work on several different aspects of school at once. With notebooking pages we cover literature, handwriting and creative writing every time.

These Resurrection Day Notebooking Pages are a great way to help older kids truly focus on the meaning of Easter and what it means as a Christian. Includes over 90 pages of templates! :: www.inallyoudo.net

So, I created this set of Resurrection Day Notebooking Pages, which can actually  be used for all ages. Notebooking is a great way to help kids retain the information they learn about a subject. There are a variety of pages in this pack that lend themselves to all ages.

This 93-page set includes:

  • 15 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
  • 78 themed Notebooking Pages
    • Large manuscript lines for early writers
    • Small manuscript lines for upper elementary
    • Plain lines for older writers

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If you’re looking for some great readers to use while focusing on Resurrection Day, check out these great titles. Many are probably 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!

The Week That Led to Easter - Arch BooksThe Week That Led to Easter – Arch BooksGod Gave Us EasterGod Gave Us EasterBenjamin's Box: The Story of the Resurrection EggsBenjamin’s Box: The Story of the Resurrection EggsThe Very First EasterThe Very First EasterThe Story of EasterThe Story of EasterThe Easter StoryThe Easter StoryThe Tale of Three Trees: A Traditional FolktaleThe Tale of Three Trees: A Traditional FolktaleThe Day Jesus DiedThe Day Jesus DiedThe Story of the Empty Tomb - Arch BooksThe Story of the Empty Tomb – Arch BooksJesus Is Alive!: Evidence for the Resurrection for KidsJesus Is Alive!: Evidence for the Resurrection for KidsJesus Is Risen: A Children's Celebration of Jesus' Resurrection through Music and ScriptureJesus Is Risen: A Children’s Celebration of Jesus’ Resurrection through Music and ScriptureJourney to the Cross: The Complete Easter Story for Young ReadersJourney to the Cross: The Complete Easter Story for Young Readers

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To download the Resurrection Day Notebooking Pages, simply add it to your cart and then checkout. Upon checkout, you will be added to my Weekly Newsletter list.

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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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  1. I’ve taught 3-5 year olds for 39 years in Catholic schools. I have never heard of Easter referred to as Resurrection Day.

    I’m just wondering why you prefer that term to Easter.

    Curious, veteran teacher
    Bonnir

    1. I believe Easter has become a Hallmark holiday. The bunnies, baskets, egg hunts, etc. are not what the day is about and we want to teach our children what we’re really celebrating and help them keep the focus on Jesus, instead of candy and fluff.

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