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History of Modern Times Notebooking Pages

History of Modern Times Notebooking Pages

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Notebooking pages for more than 600 modern times historical topics. Available in both regular and primary-dashed line options.

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Notebooking pages for nearly 400 600 modern times historical topics, including lots of topics for Civil War, World War I, and World War II.

  • 5-10 notebooking layouts for each topic
  • primary-dashed and regular line options

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13th Amendment
15th Amendment
1st Battle of Bull Run
1st Battle of the Marne
2nd Battle of Bull Run
2nd Battle of the Marne
911 Terrorist Attack
Aaron (Hank)
America Declares War On Germany
Anderson (Richard Heron)
Anderson (Robert)
Andersonville Prison
Anielewicz (Mordecai)
Apartheid
Apartheid in South Africa
Apollo 11
Appomattox Campaign
Arab - Israeli War
Arab Revolt In Palestine
Armstrong (Louis)
Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand
Assassination of President Lincoln
Ataturk (Mustafa Kemal)
Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki
Attack on Pearl Harbor
Ayatollah Khomeini
Baker (Lafayette C)
Balfour Declaration
Balkan Wars
Barton (Clara)
Bataan Death March
Battle Guadalcanal
Battle of Antietam
Battle of Atlanta
Battle of Balaklava
Battle of Berlin
Battle of Britain
Battle of Chancellorsville
Battle of Chattanooga
Battle of Chickamauga
Battle of Cold Harbor
Battle of Five Forks
Battle of Fort Donelson
Battle of Fort Pillow
Battle of Fort Sumter
Battle of France
Battle of Franklin
Battle of Fredericksburg
Battle of Gettysburg
Battle of Hampton Roads
Battle of Iwo Jima
Battle of Jutland
Battle of Midway
Battle of Mobile
Battle of New Orleans
Battle of Pea Ridge
Battle of Perryville
Battle of Saint Mihiel
Battle of Seven Pines
Battle of Shiloh
Battle of Spottsylvania
Battle of Stalingrad
Battle of Stones River
Battle of Tannenberg
Battle of the Atlantic
Battle of the Bulge
Battle of the Somme
Battle of the Wilderness
Battle of Verdun
Battle of Vicksburg
Battle of Wilsons Creek
Bay of Pigs Invasion
Beauregard (P G T)
Bell (Alexander Graham)
Berlin Wall
Bin Laden (Osama)
Bingham (George Caleb)
Booth (John Wilkes)
Booth (William & Catherine)
Brest Litovsk Peace Treaty
Brezhnev (Leonid)
Briggs (Henry Shaw)
Brooke (Rupert)
Brooks (Preston)
Brown (John)
Brown (William Wells)
Burnett (Henry Cornelius)
Burnside (Ambrose E)
Butler (Benjamin F)
Calhoun (John C)
California Gold Rush
Capone (Al)
Carnegie (Andrew)
Carpetbagger
Carriage On A Street
Carroll (Lewis)
Carson (Kit)
Cavell (Nurse Edith)
Chamberlain (Neville)
Chase (Kate)
Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster
Chiang Kai-Shek
Chief Sitting Bull
Chinese Communist Revolution
Chinese Cultural Revolution
Churchill (Winston)
Churchill (Winston)
Civil Rights Act of 1964
Clay (Henry)
Clemenceau (Georges)
Clingman (Thomas Lanier)
Cody (Bill)
Compromise of 1850
Confederate States of America
Corwin (Thomas)
Couch (Darius N)
Craft (Ellen)
Crimean War
Crosby (Fanny)
Cuban Missile Crisis
Custer (George)
Daly (Daniel)
Das Kapital (Marx)
Davis (Jefferson)
D-Day Invasion of Normandy
de Gaulle (Charles)
de Klerk (F W)
Dead Sea Scrolls Found
Disraeli (Benjamin)
Dissolution of Soviet Union
Doolittle (James)
Douglas (Stephen A)
Douglass (Frederick)
Dust Bowl
Earhart (Amelia)
Edmonds (Sarah Emma)
Eisenhower (Dwight D)
el-Sadat (Anwar)
Emancipation Proclamation
Emperor Hirohito
Ethiopian Famine
Exxon Valdez Oil Spill
Falklands War
Farragut (David)
Ferdinand (Archduke Franz)
Fidel Castro
Fireside Chats
First Hydrogen Bomb
Foote (Henry S)
Ford (Henry)
Forrest (Nathan Bedford)
Founding of the Red Cross
Franco (Francisco)
Franco Prussian War
Frank (Anne)
Frank (Otto)
Fugitive Slave Act
Gadsden Purchase
Gandhi (Indira)
Gandhi (Mahatma)
Gargarin (Yuri)
Garrison (William Lloyd)
General Hideki Toja
George (David-Lloyd)
George VI
German Invasion of Belgium
German Spring offensive of 1918
Gettysburg Address
Goering (Hermann)
Gorbachev (Mikhail)
Grant (Ulysses S)
Graves (Robert)
Great Chicago Fire
Great Depression
Haig (Douglas)
Hayes (Rutherford B)
Hill (Ambrose P)
Hirohito
Hitler (Adolf)
Hitler (Adolf)
Hitler Invades Poland
Ho Chi Minh
Holt (Joseph)
Homestead Act
Hood (John Bell)
Hooker (Joseph)
Hoover (J Edgar)
Howard (Oliver Otis)
Hussein (Saddam)
Iran Hostage Crisis
Iran-Iraq War
Islamic Republic of Iran
Izac (Edouard)
Jackson (Andrew)
Jackson (Thomas Stonewall)
Japanese Internment Camps
Jim Crow Laws
Johnson (Andrew)
Johnson (Henry)
Johnston (Joseph E)
Kaiser Wilhelm II
Kaiser Wilhelm II Abdicates
Kansas Nebraska Act
Keitt (Laurence M)
Khrushchev (Nikita)
King Jr (Martin Luther )
Kitchener (Horatio Herbert)
Korean War
Lawrence (T. E.)
Lawrence Massacre
League of Nations
Lee (Robert E)
Lemay (Curtis)
Lenin (Vladimir)
Lincoln (Abraham)
Lincoln (Tad)
Lincoln Douglas Debates
Lindbergh (Charles)
Longstreet (James)
Louis (Joe)
Ludendorff (Erich)
Luke (Frank)
MacArthur (Douglas)
Mandela (Nelson)
Mann (Horace)
Mansfield (Joseph K)
Mao Zedong
Marshall Jr (George C)
Marshall Plan
Marx (Karl)
Marx (Karl)
Mata Hari
Mcclellan (George B)
Mcdowell (Irvin)
Mcpherson (James B)
Meade (George G)
Mein Kampf (Hitler)
Mendel (Gregor)
Missouri Compromise of 1820
Mother Teresa
Mount Saint Helens Eruption
Mussolini (Benito)
Mussolini (Benito)
Nightingale (Florence)
Northwest Ordinance
Nuremberg Trials
Oakley (Annie)
Oklahoma City Bombing
Opening of Berlin Wall
Opening of Channel Tunnel
Oregon Trail
Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC)
Oslo Accords
Owen (Wilfred)
Palestine Liberation Organization
Panama Canal Opens
Panama Canal Treaty
Parks (Rosa)
Parnell (Charles Stuart)
Patton (George S)
Paulus (Friedrich)
Pemberton (John C)
Peron (Juan)
Pershing (John J)
Persian Gulf War
Petain (Philippe)
Pinkerton (Allan)
Pony Express
Pope (John)
Porter (Fitz John)
President Johnsons Impeachment Trial
Presley (Elvis)
Prince Albert
Princep (Gavrilo)
Prohibition in the United States
PT Barnum
Quantrill (William Clarke)
Queen Elizabeth
Queen Victoria
Rabin (Yitzhak)
Raid On Harpers Ferry
Red Cross
Remington (Frederic)
Reynolds (John F)
Richthofen (Manfred Von)
RMS Titanic Sinks
Robinson (Jackie)
Rockefeller (John D)
Romanian Revolution
Rommel (Erwin)
Roosevelt (Eleanor)
Roosevelt (Franklin D)
Roosevelt (Franklin)
Rough Riders
Royal Air Force Formed
Russell (Bertrand)
Russell (Charles M)
Russian Revolution
Ruth (Babe)
Rwanda Genocide
Sakharov (Andrei)
Sassoon (Siegfried)
Scott (Dred)
Sedgwick (John)
Selective Service Act 1917
Seven Days Battles
Seward (William H)
Sherman (William T)
Sickles (Daniel E)
Sinking of the Lusitania
Six-Day War
Slocum (Henry W)
Smith (Joseph)
Soviet Invasion Afghanistan
Space Shuttle Challenger
Spanish-American War
Sputnik
Stalin (Josef)
State of Israel Established
Statue of Liberty
Stock Market Crash of 1929
Stoneman (George Jr)
Stowe (Harriet Beecher)
Strauss (Levi)
Stuart (James Ewell Brown)
Suez Canal Opened
Suez War
Sumner (Charles)
Sumner (Edwin V)
Thatcher (Margaret)
The Christmas Truce 1914
The Great Purge
The Holocaust
The Liberator
The Marshall Plan
The Nazi Party
The Salvation Army
The Third Reich (Nazi Germany)
The Underground Railroad
Three Mile Island Accident
Tiananmen Square Massacre
Titanic
Tolkien (JRR)
Transcontinental Railroad
Treaty of Versailles
Treaty of Versailles
Trench Warfare
Truman (Harry S)
Truth (Sojourner)
Tsar Nicholas II
Tubman (Harriet)
Turing (Alan)
Turner (Nat)
Tuskegee Airmen
Tutankhamuns Tomb Discovered
Tutu (Desmond)
Uncle Toms Cabin
Unified Germany
United Nations
Uss Cairo
USS Cayuga
Uss Choctaw
Uss Conestoga
Vallandigham (Clement)
Vietnam War
Von Hindenburg (Paul)
Von Tirpitz (Alfred)
Waddell (James Iredell)
Walesa (Lech)
War Crimes Trials
Warsaw Pact
Washington (Booker T)
Webster (Daniel)
Whittlesey (Charles White)
Wilder (Laura Ingalls)
William (Franklin B)
Wilmot (David)
Wilson (Woodrow)
Wilsons 14 Points
Women in World War II
Womens Suffrage
Woodfill (Samuel)
World War 1 Ends
World War 1 Warships
World War I
World War I Aircraft
World War II
World War II Aircraft
World War II Ends
World War II Warships
Wright Brothers First Flight
Yamamoto (Isoroku)
York (Alvin)
Yugoslav Wars
Zimmerman Telegram

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Our primary goal at Productive Homeschooling is to help you make oral narration and written narration (through notebooking) a regular part of your homeschool day. We have found narration and the natural approach to language arts are the most "productive" and effective use of our time. They build immeasurable learning skills in your children. Our notebooking pages and apps make these practices easier to implement (especially when working with multiple children).

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Notebooking has been a true Godsend for our family. Busywork was destroying our homeschool. My daughter is so excited. She woke up and did all her chores and completed her notebooking all by herself. She was hovering around the family table as we were preparing the notebooks asking,"When do we get to start this?" She could hardly wait. They have eleven notebooks a piece so far. They are all nearly crammed full. Listen to this please, when we went to Wal-Mart last for supplies, she got herself a new notebook and things to go in it and came right home and made herself a new notebook, not candy, not Barbie, but a beautiful notebook that she designed on her own. Thank you, thank you, thank you...

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