As we learn about important women in history this month, we’re completing a biography report sheet on each woman we study. My daughter writes some details about each woman, then we three-hole punch the page and include it in her history notebook. She enjoys notebooking and this helps her to refer back to the information later on.
I wanted to share this notebooking biography report so that you can follow along and create your own Women in History notebook. You can get your Women in History Biography Report free printable just by joining my email newsletter list. The link and password will be sent to you immediately after you sign up.
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