Review of Notebooking Pages Lifetime Membership


Are you ready for a homeschool resource that can help you tie your subjects together? How about one that can help students remember what they have learned? Or one that gives your students a way to show their creativity and demonstrate what they remember?

Yes? Then let me tell you about!

Through The Old Schoolhouse Magazine Review Crew, our family was generously given Notebooking Pages Lifetime Membership. It is a resource that is helping our family to make connections between all we are learning in homeschool. My three sons are now journaling their way through school. It has helped them remember what they have learned, show what is important for them to remember, and either draw, write, or dictate what they liked most from the lesson.

What is the Lifetime Membership from has compiled hundreds of homeschool journaling pages and the Lifetime Membership gives you access to all of them for as long as you need them. Just download and get started!

Since there is a huge amount of journaling pages available, I began with the “Easy Start Guide” on the homepage. It lead me through how to access and use the information on

They even sent me an email tutorial about how to make of the most of journaling. This was great because this is my first time to journal our homeschool learning and I didn’t know how to do it. The email tutorial came every few days so that I didn’t become overwhelmed with the huge amount of pages offered.

What is included in Lifetime Membership from

I just can’t say enough great things about, so I think the best way to tell you what is included is to give you examples of how our family is using these homeschool notebook pages for journaling about our learning experiences.

The categories of pages that offers include: A-Z, Bible/Character, Famous People, Fine Arts, Geography, History, Holidays, Language Arts, and Science/Nature. These journal pages have a variety of photographs, drawing, and timelines.

How did our family use the Lifetime Membership from

My three sons, ages 5, 9, and 12, and I are studying the human body this summer. So I was so excited to see what had to offer about Anatomy. There are wonderful color charts, diagrams, places for students to draw organs or blood flow, and places to write about what they learned that day. Each day that we studied Anatomy, my boys journaled about what they learned and remembered from the lesson. I pointed out what I wanted them to remember and then they wrote about those things. It really helped them summarize the day’s lesson. Then we could review the previous lessons before continuing. Their understanding and retention greatly increased!

My 9 year-old struggles with a little with comprehension, so these journaling excercises have helped him remember what he is learning. He is encouraged that he can review the previous lessons to help him make connections to the new information. This is so important for member and auditory processing.

Through, we learned about a Century Book. It is great! You print out some pages from the Notebooking Pages about Ancient History through Modern History and print out the timeline pages. These go into a three-ring binder. Then, each time you study an event, person, or place in history, your children write or illustrate a page and add it to their Century Book. After a while, your children will have a collection of journal pages that lead them on a trip through the past that they have written and illustrated themselves!

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I received free access to this product through the Schoolhouse Review Crew ( in exchange for my honest review.

Notebooking Pages Lifetime Membership Reviews


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