Language is a gift from God for us to be able to communicate with others. It is the basic for any subjects in the academic areas. It is quite surprising that many public and home schools have Language Arts almost everyday in the forms of reading, writing, spelling, grammar, vocabulary, oral languages and literature.
However, it takes a great deals of time and energy for parents to put the language arts activities into proper notebooking pages as documents. There might be a lot of versions and resources for similar purposes. +50 Language Arts Notebooking Pages and Graphic Organizers is created for all learners, especially the 3rd-8th graders. We try to collect some notebooking page templates and graphic organizers for common language arts activities so that parents can have them in a package of 54 pages. Here are some features of our+50 Language Arts Notebooking Pages and Graphic Organizers:
The package contains a total of 54 different layouts of notebooking pages and graphic organizers designed for basic and common language arts notebooking activities. None of them is similar, but each of them has special features or purpose of use.
The package is designed for all learners, especially those in the 3rd to 8th graders.
A collection of common notebooking pages and graphic organizers to help parents providing their childrenstandard language arts documentation.
There are some variations of language arts documentation:
Story Element Summary
Story Elements in detail for
Problems – Solution
Character Classification: Protagonist, Antagonist, Dynamic, Static, Major, Minor, Round, and Flat
Types of Poem
Types of Drama
Parts of Speech (Adjectives, Adverbs, Nouns, Verbs, Prepositions)
Spelling (Look, Cover, And Write)
Synonyms and Antonyms
Writing Plan for narrative, recount, procedure, report, explanation
Simple Prewriting Structure
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Adelien Tan is a mother of three awesome boys and a wife of a great husband. They are a home education family who live in Surabaya, Indonesia, where home education is still very rare. English is her foreign language, but She tries to use it in blogging. You might visit her in Blessed Learners where she shares some thought, experience, and information about homeschooling, family, parenting, blogging, and personal growth.