Monday, February 7, 2011
Some children benefit from journaling activities. There are many different subjects such as reading, writing, science, history and math and styles such as sentence prompts, graphs and data driven, reflection, a day in the life of, and number based.
There are several companies you can purchase premade journals from, but some of the best journals are of course, the ones the child creates themselves. There are benefits to premade or make yourself, depending on what you plan to use the journal for.
For us, we plan to purchase science journals.
If you want to create your own, there are so many resources that are available for free.
A How To
Pages to print
I will add more as I find them.
I just purchased this resource, The Big Book of Reproducible Graphic Organizers. This books says it is for all ages, but I tend to more pen and pencil work starting at the end of 1st grade.
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