My children have always enjoyed being outside. They love the freedom the outdoors offer. My oldest daughter is a nature fanatic. She loves animals, insects, trees…everything. And now that we live on the road, she is enjoying the outdoors even more. She is always looking for little critters to pick up and study, and of course, a picture must be taken.
Even though my boys are not as in to the little critters, they do love studying nature, so I decided we needed some notebooking pages to keep track of all we see. So, I created some Scientific and Nature Study Notebooking Pages for us to use on our next outing!
I love how these turned out. The Scientific Notebooking Pages are generic so that you can use them with any animal – vertebrate or invertebrate – and any unit study. The Nature Study Notebooking Pages are also generic so they can be used as you wish. This 28-page notebooking set is the perfect addition to any middle or high schooler’s scientific or nature study.
These notebooking pages coordinate nicely with the other printables included in my Middle & High School Homeschool Planner! With over 55 pages of printable calendars, assignment lists, report helps and more, this planner truly has what your middle and high schooler need to succeed this year! Right now you can get it for 30% OFF in our Back to School Sale! Hurry…sale ends Friday, September 1st at 11:59pm EST!
Included in this pack:
- 19 Scientific Notebooking Pages
- 9 Nature Study Notebooking Pages
Paper Mate Mates 1.3mm Mechanical Pencils Asst Colors10X Magnifier Magnifying Glass with Handle for ScienceAll-New Fire HD 8″ Tablet with Alexa, 8AmScope M150C-I 40X-1000X All-Metal Optical Glass Lenses Cordless
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