Whether you are new to notebooking, or you have been using the method for years but your kids are asking for new/nicer/more creative pages than just a binder, I’ve put together this list of where to find notebooking pages.
I’ve divided them loosely between free and paid pages, although many of the paid sites also offer some terrific freebies, so you’ll want to go take a look at all these places and see what they have that fits your needs.
Free notebooking resources:
I would be remiss if I didn’t start by sending you to the wonderful site owned by Jimmie Lanley, A.K.A.The Notebooking Fairy. Jimmie is probably the best-known notebooking homeschooler around and offers tons of great advice as well as loads of attractive, free pages.
The Crafty Classroom offers some terrific freebies and some paid sets. Of particular note in the freebies are some beautiful Mystery of History go-along pages, and some really useful creative writing resources, but there are loads to choose from.
Practical Pages Nadene has been using the Charlotte Mason style of notebooking and journaling since her children were small, and she has a fantastic collection of free notebooking pages for pretty much any subject. I especially love the coloring pages of famous works of art, perfect when you are doing artist studies.
Homeschool Helper Online is another don’t-miss -it place for some great pages! Sports, holidays, and geography are just a fraction of the beautiful and simple pages you’ll get here.
Design-Your-Homeschool has a few pages that you might want to grab for older students especially.
Guest Hollow is a blog that’s been around for years and has offered a lot of terrific materials during that time.
Activity Village has my favorite set of famous people notebooking pages, including quite a few hard-to-find ones.
Tina’s Dynamic Homeschool Plus has some truly gorgeous pages, and all free. TONS of topics, too!
Great notebooking companies:
Notebooking Pages is probably the best known of the companies in this topic….and for good reason. They offer a lifetime membership, sets by topics, a way to make your own, and a lot of freebies for subscribers.
Currclick.com has paid and free pages from a massive variety of companies. You can filter by grade, cost, subject, and a load of other things to make it easy to narrow down your search. Set aside extra time for this one, though, because you’ll find yourself on many rabbit trails as you surf!
Donna Young used to be free but now her many and varied pages are subscription only. It’s still worth it!
Homeschool Notebooking offers thousands of pages for a $5 subscription.
NotebookingNook offers both sets at a fixed price, and all-access pages for a lifetime membership option.
A Journey Through Learning, besides lapbooks, sells page sets to go with popular curricula such as Prairie Primer and Apologia. A real time saver for busy families.
That Resource Site offers a nice selection of science notebooking pages on a subscription basis.
Westvon Publishing (Happy Scribe, History Scribe) have loads of copywork pages with different topic and font options, and their History Scribe pages are great for self-propelled learners.
Hands of a Child (better known for their lapbooks) also offers notebook packages for older students. Look for their Note Packs.
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