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Aren’t they just adorable?!?! Sarah made these journals for her younger kiddos because they wanted journals too, just like their older siblings!
Sarah has a knack for creating beautiful books that are fun thus the title Fun-Schooling and as always these journals are written with the Open Dyslexia Font.
There are so many fun pages in these books. Below I’ll share a few pages from each amazing journal.
Each journal starts with the instruction page and Book Time page.
This cute journal with the adorable rabbits is recommended for ages 3-7 and includes:
- Thinking Time Pages: fun art and logic
- Reading Time: gives them space to draw a picture from each book
- Nature Study Page: they can go outside and draw what they see from nature
- Coloring Pages: some are more detailed than others but all are beautiful (mom might want to join in and have some fun with these pages!)
- Draw Anything Page: this is a page with a border. There is room to draw a picture of anything your child wants. A space to draw a pet and another space to draw a wild animal.
- Coloring Time: a different type of coloring page, your child will color some rabbits, a strawberry, picture frames, carrots etc. The pages are amazing!
- Movie Time: where your little one can watch a documentary, educational program, YouTube tutorial, etc. and draw and/or write (if he can) about it. There are so many kid friendly shows like Big Truck/Trains, Animal Planet, etc.
- Math Time: to make maps, graphs, or practice math problems. You can even play the game “Lines & Dots” where you make a box and put your initial in it.
- Writing Time: a page to copy something from one of their books or they can narrate while you write it down for them.
- Letter Time: a page to practice writing letters.
Some pages from the journal. Here is a cute rabbit from one of the Color Time pages.
Copywork and Book Time.
A Draw Time page and look at the beautiful coloring page. I love the little underground world.
This one includes many of the pages as the first journal with the rabbits on it, so I won’t explain each page.
- What will happen next? This page has a drawing and the child is to draw the rest of the story.
- Thinking Time
- Reading Time
- Nature Study
- Coloring Pages
- Draw Anything Page – Spelling Words – Use Your Imagination: space is provided for each task.
- Draw 4 Book that you love reading page
- Draw a Meal Plan
- Movie Time
- Emotions & Moods
- Math Time
- Writing Time (copywork)
- Drawing Time: A whole page to use to draw!
I love the Thinking Time pages.
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These two journals have the same interior but different covers.
Sarah, the author and creator of The Thinking Tree journals is truly artistically blessed!
These journals are recommended for ages 6-9 and includes the same type of pages as the first journal I mentioned (the one with the cute rabbits). With different coloring pages, Thinking Time pages, etc.
And there you have it! I hope this post helps you with choosing which beginner journal is right for your little one.