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Notebooking Pages Treasury

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Happy Monday, Everyone!

This is just a quick note/post to let you know that my friend Debra at notebooking pages.com is having a great sale that ends tonight on her Notebooking Treasury.  (To read about it, click here and then click on the Notebooking Treasury banner.)  If you have never before tried notebooking with your children, I would say you are about due!  Notebooking allows children to truly engage in what they are learning – and those who have an artistic/creative bent will LOVE it.  I wish we had started notebooking earlier than we did!  (I have almost everything Debra offers, by the way, so I can vouch for its quality.)

Debra sells her gorgeous pages in bundles and as a yearly membership and she is offering fantastic deals right now on both. In fact, if you buy a yearly membership today she is offering you two things:

  1. an over $90 worth  bonus of free digital products, including your choice of a $25 Ancients unit from yours truly, and
  2. an extra three months with a year’s membership

She already has hundreds of pages and is constantly adding new ones, including mom-organization type pages, so you can’t go wrong by buying a year’s, I mean, a 15 month, membership.

To read about her bundle of  over $90 of extra bonuses, click on this link then click on the Notebooking Treasury banner.

Especially during this busy season while you are trying to get other things done in addition to school, pre-made notebooking pages might be just the incentive your kids need to complete their work.

Enjoy!

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