Notebooking Pages for George Washington's WORLD
I've been trawling the internet for some notebooking pages that have been created specifically to go with Genevieve Foster's book, George Washington's World.
Nothing found, so far, though I was able find some lapbooks and a few generic notebooking pages for George Washington. A couple of those notebooking options can be found at Activity Village and Notebooking Nook , copywork for Washington's Civility Rules ....... and this squidoo lense lists other options for George Washington go alongs.
If you have found, or made George Washington notebooking pages that you'd like to share - please leave a link in the comments sections.
Asking on the Sonlight Forums didn't seem to pull anything to light, so I guess I'll have to carry on tossing together pages for the remainder of the book. We're using the images out of the book for our completed G.W.W's notebooking pages which means those pages can only be for our family's personal use.
I've popped our basic/generic notebookings pages that go with G.W.W over at hslauch, here are the links:
George Washington's WORLD - option 1~ Notebooking Pages and for students requiring more space to write or draw,
George Washington's WORLD - option 2 ~ Notebooking Pages. Beneath are some visuals for how we're using the first set of those notebooking pages:Out of the 3 options for written work Bobs and Daisy both preferred the booklet. We scanned and resized the images by inserted them into microsoft publishers so the cover picture and both pages would match up for the booklet.
Along with writing about G.W, Bobs will be also be selecting one of the other people in this time period to write a brief overview about and Daisy will give a narration for me to play scribe to.
The world map that relates to each chapter in the book, sourced from Sonlight's Core 7/H instructors guides, once completed, is then trimmed and glued to the back of one of the above pages that the children elected to use for their copywork or written narration.
Above: We've cut out the time line figures, prescanned and resized in microsoft publisher, then placed them on our premade time line sheet.
The children presorted the figures into associated piles and then colour coded them accordingly; red-religion, purple-world leaders/royalty, yellow-music/arts, brown-inventors, green-explorers, blue-(future) US government.
All done - next chapter :0))