Canadian Province Study Notebooking Pages

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Canadian Province Study Notebooking Pages

13 individual Canadian province study notebooking sets. Each set contains over 100 notebooking pages.

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  • over 100 notebooking pages for each province
  • regular line option

Each set includes:

  • Notebook Cover
  • Fast Facts & Figures Page
  • Map Pages - Province (3)
  • Provincial Symbol Template Pages (flag & coat of arms graphics included)
  • Famous Landmarks Template Page
  • Template Pages for Topics with the following themes:
    Blank Templates for your own topics (6), Current Events (6)
    Customs/Cultures (6), Economy (6), Famous People (6), Food (6), Geography (6), Government (6), History (6), Inventions (6), Language (6), Population (6), Science / Technology (6), Tourism (6), Wildlife (6)

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I have been using the “freebies” for some time. I have gotten a whole lot of mileage out of the lined papers and the science experiment papers. I have used several others as well. This is my 3rd year homeschooling, and although I use a curriculum, I use the pages to supplement what we are doing. In science, we use the experiment pages to take notes and create easy study pages. I use the history pages for the same purpose. However, I keep coming back to the site to find more pages as we advance in our studies. I am seeing so many exciting pages, for geography, anatomy, history that I kept longing for that weren’t freebies. I just jumped in today and purchased the lifetime membership, and my creative ideas are flowing. I can’t wait to use the pages in conjunction with our curriculum to enhance what we are learning, instead of just flying over the materials. My child gets excited about history, so now we can create a notebook of her favorite topics. The possibilities are endless! My only regret is waiting so long to become a lifetime member.

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