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  • Item #: 006170
    ISBN: 9780988203051
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  • Item #: 006172
    ISBN: 9780988203044
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  • Item #: 006180
    ISBN: 9780988203013
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  • Item #: 006167
    ISBN: 9780988203006
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  • Item #: 006188
    ISBN: 9780988203068
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     The Special Edition Journal contains a reading guide for all four Gospels and could be used for any book of the Bible. Journals in this series are color coded to differentiate each book, identified below.  Approx. 127 pgs.  sc. 

  • Item #: 056217
    ISBN: 9780062545039
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    Enjoy the journals of Madeleine L'Engle, author of A Wrinkle in Time. This journal was written in the 1970s and discusses family, community, Christianity, parenting, marriage, and more. Musings on happiness and daily life will leave you with a sense of calm and peace. 245 pgs, sc. – Laura

  • Item #: 045678
    ISBN: 9781633260894
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      This beautiful hardcover journal can be your daily companion as you take your walk through the Bible. How many times have you started reading through the Bible and forgotten where you left off, or wish you could remember some of your quiet thoughts while reading. This journal offers you daily reading to be checked off as you read from your own Bible and space to write down your prayers, thoughts, and inspirations. The pages begin with January 1 and end with December 31; there are two days per page. The pages aren’t assigned days of the week or even a specific year, so they are ready for use when you decide to get started. This would make a thoughtful gift for someone else or for you! It’s always a good time to get started in the Word! ~ Donna

  • Item #: 024722
    ISBN: 9781452109039
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    This clever little book is a journal, doodle pad and sketch book all in one. Half the book is full of writing prompts and the other half is full of drawing prompts. One cover says I Like to Write. Flip it over and the other cover says I Like to Draw. The book is colorful with simple, sketch-like illustrations. You may see a paint palette to fill in, with a task at the bottom like I see you are a painter. The paint is all over your studio! Your job is to fill in the colors on the palette. On the writing side, you may see 2 champagne glasses with bubbles. Your prompt reads: A toast is the perfect time to share love and gratitude. Whether you are raising your glass of apple juice or toasting a pair of champagne flutes, practice your skills. Write down several toasts to use in a pinch. All will cheer and you will have no fear. You write on both pages for this topic. Most take 2 pages. The book lies open nicely for this purpose. Reinforced soft cover, 128pp ~ Sara

  • Item #: 004568
    ISBN: 9780978541316
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    High school record keeping is more important than tracking the progress of your elementary student, so the good folks that brought you the popular Homeschooler’s Journal now have a high school version. As with the Journal, the bulk of the High School Journal is devoted to the weekly lesson layout. Seven columns (vs. six for the Journal) for subjects times five rows for days gives you 40 squares to work with on each pair of pages. These squares contain seven lines for writing details (as opposed to the open format of the squares in the Journal). In the lower right is a handy chart for keeping track of hours spent per subject each week, recordable in quarter-hour increments. Since the method of study (unit studies, structured text, multiple students per subject, etc.) varies from family to family, several examples show various methods of using the weekly lesson layout to your best advantage. The only other change for the High School Journal is a “Grade Record” which replaces the “Test Score Keeper” in the Journal. Daily grades can be recorded in up to 10 subjects for up to 192 days. Other miscellaneous forms in the Journal remain unchanged.

  • Item #: 028507
    ISBN: 9780838862773
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    This is a journal made specifically for journal writing. The book itself is ready to be written in, with the top 1/3 of every page blank and the bottom 2/3 of the pages lined. The inside front cover has a list of frequently misspelled words and the inside back cover is a place for students to create their own word list. Although a teaching guide was available at one time, at this time, only the student journal is available. The overall idea is to get students journaling as an aid in developing their literacy skills. ~ Zach

  • Item #: 068491
    ISBN: 9781543012774
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     Here is a unique blend of devotional, Bible reading plan and coloring book. Subtitled, Read the New Testament in 90 Days, you’ll find a daily reading plan for reading three chapters of the New Testament each day. Using this reading plan (or a plan of your choice), this devotional provides space to respond to your reading. For each of the 90 days, a two-page spread provides daily devotionals direction. On the left page, a key verse directs your thoughts. A half page is provided for recording a verse that “touched my heart.” On the right, record how God spoke: a promise, a warning, a command, an encouragement or wisdom to understand. Then, end the devotional time with a prayer, the day’s focus and plans. Each page has small, detailed drawings to color. As you color, meditate and pray on the day’s passage. Periodically, pages are placed to record four ways to bless, four ways to praise God, etc. A simple, beautiful way to be daily in the Word. 6.25x7.25”, 220 pgs, pb. ~ Ruth

  • Item #: 071289
    ISBN: 9780735315051
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      I have such good memories of family vacations we took when I was younger. But I have to wonder if I am remembering the details from my point of view or from the pictures I saw later on. How cool it would be to see what I was actually thinking at that time! This particular travel journal has prompts on every page. This journal captures the entire trip starting with the “pre-trip” pages that include prompts on packing, what you know about where you are going, and finding your destination on a map. During-the-trip pages capture every moment from what you did and saw during the travel time; the weather, food and other cultural questions; and then day-to-day pages to record what you did, what you saw and what/where you ate each day. In the back are pages to keep in touch with new friends, write about your souvenirs, and space to reflect on your trip such as what you found the best/worst about the trip. With about 90 day-to-day pages, it would be perfect for a long summer vacation journal. The light blue/teal pages are great for a girl or boy. What a fun keepsake! pb, 126pp, 6x8”.  ~ Sara

  • Item #: 054474
    ISBN: 9781931181358
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    This formatted 7"x 9" journal helps students with the math process. Each 2-page section includes blank space to write or draw the problem and then draw a picture of the problem, shaded area to write the number sentence, and space to solve the problem. A full page of ½" writing lines with dotted mid-lines are provided for the student to write about how the problem was solved.

  • Item #: 008555
    ISBN: 9781557091147
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    This journal is a true account describing events of the Revolutionary War from September 25, 1777 to June 20, 1778. Sally Wister is sent from her Philadelphia home to the countryside for safety. Written candidly from a 16-year-old’s view, Sally Wister corresponds to her friend describing various encounters she has with colonels and officers of the army. It is interesting to read a young girl’s perspective of the circumstances surrounding her during this time in history. pb. 62 pgs. ~ Gina

  • Item #: 041001
    ISBN: 9781615385331
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    Take a walk, find something interesting (a fallen log, a patch of moss, a beetle) and encourage your child/student to take the time to observe, draw and write about what he sees. Each page has 5 large (dotted half-line) writing lines and a space to draw a picture (about 7 x 4) at the top. Younger students can tell you what they see while you write for them and they draw a picture. Older students can write a few sentences on their own. While you are creating a keepsake, children are learning to be curious about nature and practice their handwriting skills. A few pages at the beginning of the workbook explain some classifications children can include and there are some prompts if you need a little guidance on your nature walk. You dont have to find a lush forest; a yard or park will do the trick! Take a magnifying glass and some colored pencils with you. Each page has a verse from a poem or Scripture at the bottom. Memoria Press, 36pp (26 journaling pages), 8.5 x 11 pb ~ Sara

  • Item #: 063900
    ISBN: 9781441319487
    Retail: $12.99
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      I come from a family of cooks and I have a collection of many of their recipes. Our Family Recipes Journal is a wonderful way for you to write your recipes and pass them on to family members. This 6” x 8” book is divided into appetizers, soups/salads/sandwiches, side dishes, main courses, desserts, beverages, and more recipes, with room for 10 of each type. Between each section is a clever quote like this one by Calvin Trillin (American journalist), “The most remarkable thing about my mother is that for thirty years she served the family nothing but leftovers. The original meal has never been found.” At the beginning of each section is an index page for making a list of recipes found there, and each recipe is afforded 2 pages with a place to write the title, number of servings, prep time, the source of the recipe, the ingredients and instructions, and wraps up with the writer telling why this recipe is special. Helpful information is found in the first 10 pages of the book, such as: measurement equivalents, storage tips, cooking hints, microwave use, and more. A pocket inside the back cover offers space for recipe cards, clippings, etc. Give the gift of food that can last for generations!! 144 pgs, hc. ~ Donna

  • Item #: 001368
    ISBN: 9780590462068
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    Pam Conrad brings you this gripping log of Pedro de Salcedo, who was aboard the great voyage with Christopher Columbus from August 3rd of 1492 to February 14th of 1493. Pedro is a young man of only fourteen, and it is his first time away from home. The captain quickly makes him a sort of right-hand man. Pedro watches how intensely the men doubt Columbus from the beginning. The day before they finally touch land, Columbus promises they will turn around home. As fate would have it, the next day they land in a place Columbus names San Salvador. Here they gain experience with the natives, who are extremely docile and generous. In each place they land on, the people gradually become unfriendly - perhaps some words of caution were spread? Soon enough, the entire crew realizes they have not landed in India and there are no spices or silks or pearls. In fact, nobody except Columbus cares about anything except heading home to Spain at this point. After the sinking of the Santa Maria, some of the men board the Nina to go home, and the others are left behind to start a Spanish settlement in the New World. Pedro fears he may not ever return home. On the last day at sea, he encases a last letter into a barrel and throws it out to the ocean so that if it ever reaches his home, his mother should know that he loves her and she should pray for his soul. This recounting is sometimes suspenseful, troubling, and mystifying, but at all times it is engaging.

  • Item #: 054476
    ISBN: 9781931181303
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    To help students with the mathematic process, this 7"x 9" journal provides step-by-step formatting. The two-page spread includes space for the problem to be drawn or written, space to draw a picture of the problem, a shaded area in which the number sentence is to be written, blank space for a picture of a new problem, lines to write out your problem, and then another shaded area for the new number sentence.

  • Item #: 030042
    ISBN: 9780764933165
    Retail: $16.95
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    Bird watching is one of the most enjoyable aspects of nature studies. Having freedom to illustrate and document what is observed provides many with a fulfilling bird watching experience. Yet, for others, guided observation is preferred. Containing 95 observation pages, observation suggestions, bird feeding tips and numerous other helpful pages, this journal is destined to become your favorite resource for documenting your birding journey.

    Each field observation page provides a line to record the date/time, location, weather, species description, and other miscellaneous information. A small area for a sketch is also included. Beautifully illustrated with John James Audubon art reproductions and containing a ribbon page marker, this book is destined to become a treasured friend. 143 pgs. Paperboard cover. ~Deanne

  • Item #: 040290
    ISBN: 9780978541323
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    This book isn't what I expected. I thought I would be spending time looking through a book that offered help in everyday math concepts. A journal of ideas proven to be effective. Not so! This is a spiral bound book of 60 double-sided pieces of graph paper. The graph paper has ¼" squares and is perfect for doing math problems. Number alignment can be a real issue in math, and it's so important for accuracy. Have your student do math problems on the pages in this book and you will have a record of past work and concepts they have covered. This allows you and your student to use the book as a reference. Voila! You have created your own Math Journal! I know this is recommended for grades K-6, but it would be helpful at any age. Use it for working on fractions, place value, graphing, and so much more. ~ Donna

  • Item #: 065094
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      This mini journal has 120 pages for you to write personal thoughts and information. The front of each page has space for the date/time, news/events, concerns, something you’re excited about, people/things that brighten your day, and space for notes on the back of the page.

  • Item #: 065095
    ISBN: 9781892033857
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        Keep a personal daily account in this 200-page journal. The front of page has space for the date, day, time, weather, headlines, news and events with family and friends, something you are excited and concerned about, how you feel, what you learned, things that brighten your day and something you did for someone else, and goals and ideas for a better tomorrow. The back of every page is a space for notes.

  • Item #: 068490
    ISBN: 9781537078212
    Retail: $28.50
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    Young horse lovers will enjoy the variety of horse-themed tasks in this Thinking Tree journal! It starts with a trip to the library to find 5 horse books to use in the book’s activities. Choose a letter and write 10 words that start with that letter; color horse cartoons; practice cursive; make a to do list; copy a paragraph from one of the horse books; watch a movie and drawing some scenes; design a stable on graph paper, or trace a faded photograph of a horse. These activities are all repeated a few times, but can be used with a different library book each time. 180 pages for journaling. Reproducible for your own home/family use. 200pp, 7.75x11”, black & white.  ~Sara

  • Item #: 065106
    ISBN: 9781892033826
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      If you like to write a little bit more than the space found in #065105, then go for this larger format vacation journal. Record your weekend or vacation getaway in the spaces provided – vacation spot, how you traveled, date of trip, weather, where you stayed, with whom you traveled, people you met, places you visited, what you enjoyed, most memorable event, places to remember for next time, and special purchases. Use the back of each page for additional notes and thoughts.  

  • Item #: 065098
    ISBN: 9781892033604
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      Do you like to travel? Record your road-trip adventures in this 200-page, blue hardcover journal. There is space on the front of each page for date, time, weather, with whom, departing from, destination, odometer reading, price per gallon of fuel, total miles, miles per gallon, route taken, sights, highlights, dining/food, where you stay, and placed to remember for next time. Write more detailed notes and thoughts on the back of every page. 

  • Item #: 068485
    ISBN: 9781519517272
    Retail: $14.50
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     Subtitled A Quiet-Time Handbook for Creative and Active Children, this book combines a coloring page (highlighting a Bible passage with discussion questions) and a page to indicate the child’s daily reading Bible passage; thankful list; prayer list; plans and goals. Each page will include a Bible verse. After coloring, the child focuses on specific personal aspects: “I want to change…”; “Never forget”; “Ways to serve God,” etc. Reproducible for single family use. 100 pgs, pb. ~ Ruth

  • Item #: 063901
    ISBN: 9781441319692
    Retail: $7.95
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      Logging what you eat (writing it down) is a great way to control weight, be sure you are getting proper nutrition, and track foods that might affect your health. This little 4” x 6” book can go anywhere with you and includes an information page to help you get started and 190 formatted pages for logging your food – 3 months of daily entries broken down by meals and snacks (2 pages per day), non-dated for use at any time of the year. Each two-page spread includes space to record three meals and three snacks a day with space to name of each item, amount eaten, and calories along with a line to calculate the total for that meal, plus checkboxes to track your water intake and servings of fruits and vegetables, and a couple of lines to note exercise and calories burned. An attached bookmark will help you hold your place and an attached elastic band will holds the book closed, so no crumpled pages.

  • Item #: 061308
    ISBN: 9780486786261
    Retail: $5.99
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    This draw and write journal by Dover provides fascinating pages for kids to fill-in and becomes a fun keepsake to look back on! Each page focuses on a different thought, such as writing about three great experiences, designing the ultimate hangout, where they would go if they could go back in time, and typical journal pages such as favorite everythings, physical and personality characteristics, family, future dreams, etc. The pages are gray-scale with lots of fun illustrations, so children can color each page as they journal along.

  • Item #: 065100
    ISBN: 9781892033963
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      This is one of my favorites – 200 pages, with an avocado green cover, in which to write your favorite recipes. Pages are labeled on the side with categories – appetizers, main dishes, sides/soups/salads, and dessert. There is room for 25 recipes in each section and space for: title, perfect for serving with, date, from, prep time, servings, nutritional info, ingredients, hard to find ingredients, directions, notes, rating system for the finished product, and a full page on the back of each for additional notes. Write down your favorite family recipes and give this as a gift!

  • Item #: 013258
    ISBN: 9781937200619
    Retail: $20.00
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    Chemistry is an interesting topic and now you can introduce your junior high students to the elements in a fun and interactive way. Using the Elemental Journal, Periodic Table of Videos (free at periodicvideos.com), the Periodic Table: Elements with Style (#062046), and the Elements: Building Blocks of the Universe (#052403). Together, these books and videos will engage your students as they research, write and catalog 42 of the 144 known elements. An optional resource is the Elements by Theodore Gray (#059369), which is a favorite of mine – beautiful and engaging – it will enhance your study! Easy to use with a group or individual, every section of the book is formatted the same. The journal is 51 pages (consumable and not reproducible), and is divided into elemental groups: alkali, alkaline, transition, boron, carbon, nitrogen, oxygen, halogens, noble gases, lanthanides & actinides, and superheavies (elements 104-112). Complete an introduction to elements by reading the required pages (page numbers are referenced) in Periodic Table: Elements with Style and Elements: The Building Blocks of the Universe, fill in the information and now you’re ready to begin your study of the elemental groups. Every group begins with a reading assignment that gives general information about that group and students are asked to research the required and recommended resources and write a paragraph about their discoveries. Students are then asked to fill in the element data, draw a picture and write 3 interesting facts about the element. Then watch the video on the particular element and summarize the information from the video into a few sentences. There are from 1 to 5 elements in each group. The journal tells you a specific one to do in each group then you get to choose the others – in which are you interested? As a companion for the Elemental Journal the videos, taught by a team of ten expert scientists and staff from the University of Nottingham (a colorful group of knowledgeable characters) teach you about the elements. Each video shows how the element is used, its familiar forms and more. The fun demonstrations will show things you might never see except in their controlled setting, such as exploding a hydrogen-filled balloon. Besides the videos referenced in the journal, you can also watch videos for the other elements and a variety of other informative chemistry/science videos. We watched them just for fun! I mentioned earlier that you could use this as an introductory course at the junior high level. Don’t limit yourself to that! This could be used at either the junior high or high school level as a companion to your curriculum. Of note with the Elemental Journal –specific pages in the ©2007 edition of Periodic Table: Elements of Style (#026107) are referenced and required. This book is now out of print and has been replaced by the ©2015 Complete Periodic Table: More Elements with Style (#062046). Page numbers are different, but you can print out a PDF file with the cross-referenced pages of the old and new versions of this book. If you want to do deeper research in any given area, you may want to go to the library or spend time on the Internet, but the resources given here will really get you off to a good start in understanding the elements of the Periodic Table. ~ Donna