I have recently fell in love with the world of traveler’s notebooks, Midori’s, and planning! I’ll talk more about that later (because I’m excited to share how this has helped me with homeschooling!) While jumping back in to the world of handmade crafty things, I recently joined a group of listers. Each month we have prompts and create pages that are just lists! If you are looking for a creative way to get kids writing this summer, you’ll want to print out this free printable traveler’s notebook for kids and check out the #LittleListersGottaList community on Instagram.
My 8 year old and 6 year old have been asking for me to make them their own traveler’s notebook journal. So when I saw that Cori from the Reset Girl was having a listers challenge just for kids— I knew this was the perfect time for my two to jump in and start their own list journals.
For each day in June, there is a listing prompt. Lists. Not full sentences. I can handle that— and I know my children can too!
You can use any journal you want. I created free printable journal pages that includes handwriting lines because I know my girls still need those guidelines.
Print using your printer’s duplex feature, preferably on heavier paper (not cardstock– that is too heavy. I use 30# paper. That way ink doesn’t show through as much.)
Add a scrapbook paper cover, staple and you are good to go!
If you use midori’s or traveler’s notebooks, you can cut this down to Cahier size 8.25 x 5.
I have special supplies set out just for them. Stickers, washi tape (afflink), pens, die cuts and more! It’s up to them how fancy they want their list to be. 🙂
So will you be joining the #LittleListersGottaList challenge? I’ll be posting what we’re creating over there– so be sure to follow @maureenspell.