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  1. I am doing this with my son–and he thought he was almost done with Language Arts this year! He hasn’t retained very much from FLL and I’ve been a little disappointed.

  2. This is fabulous! One of my goals for next year is to do more notebooking/writing. This is a great idea.

    My middle son will be doing FLL 1 next year and it would be a good review for my oldest so I think we’ll be stealing this idea.

  3. You really made it look so easy that even my non-creative self might be able to put that together. I’m sure my daughter would love doing mini-books like that. We’re also finishing up FLL2, but I think this will be a good project for summer review. Thanks for sharing!

  4. I LOVE seeing the specifics of what people do! Thanks for taking the time to share all those pictures. I am planning on (slowly) starting Primary Language Lessons with my son next year…I think it’s similar to FLL from what I read on amazon reviews. I see you have your copywork book as a binder. I’ve been trying to decide whether to do it in an actual notebook or a binder. I’d love to hear how the binder has worked for you and maybe what else you put in it! Thanks so much for sharing this with us at Trivium Tuesdays.

  5. Oh, yes. These will be featured in the July round up. (Sorry that I missed them for June. I got behind on my feed reader.)
    You are a superb teacher, Amy. Really. I love these pages. I love that they are totally student made. You simply used everyday craft supplies to make unique learning tools. Well done!

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