Thursday, December 6, 2012

More History Pages

I made another mini-notebook set, this one a review for the early Dark Ages/Middle Ages:

Early Dark Ages (PDF) --- contains sheets on Alaric the Visigoth, Attila the Hun, the Fall of Rome, Justinian and Theodora,  and the barbarian invasion

Early Dark Ages with narration questions (PDF)  this one is the same, but with simple questions for narration/review.


  1. These pages are so nice. They are the type of thing I've always admired but never really been able to put into use. I don't know why that is. For some reason the last link on this post doesn't work. It is nice to keep up with you Willa! I feel like I haven't been in contact with my usual internet friends lately! I hope all is going well for you.

    1. Hi Faith,
      I don't know why it wasn't working. I think I fixed it now.
      Thanks! I have been reading your blog series on the poor. I really like it. That is an example of the sort of series I often have a hard time reading, but yours seems more story-like and less intimidating to me, somehow.

      Your kids probably don't need notebook pages. Mine are not very notebooky either, but I do like making paper things, and I can rarely find ones that entirely suit me out there on the internet, so once in a while I just make my own.

      I am trying to work up courage to make a math lapbook for Aidan. I think he would love it. But I'm intimidated by the design factors.

      Thanks for commenting, Faith, blessed Advent!


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