Notebooking is a fantastic way to record what your students are learning in science. This technique has been around for hundreds of years. Men and woman like DaVinci, Beatrix Potter, and Thomas Edison all took advantage of notebooking.
In episode 14 of the Tips for Homeschool Science Show, I am going to share three reasons why I love to use notebooking for science!
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In notebooking, the students are not merely regurgitating facts.
Notebooking has two key components:
Three reasons I love notebooking:
To get started with notebooking, follow these three steps:
Listen to these two episodes to learn about writing in science:
Read the following articles to learn more about notebooking:
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