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Up Your Homeschooling Game with these Free Activities for Your Middle Schooler!

Big Fat Notebooks are perfect for hours of fun outside the classroom.

Suddenly find yourself homeschooling? Big Fat Notebooks are here to save the day! Each book is absolutely packed with everything you need to teach from home, including full lessons, study tricks, and activities to keep your kid from falling behind. We’ve compiled a whole bunch of downloadable projects to do at home that are creative and fun, providing hours of education outside the classroom for students in 6th through 8th grade!

#BigFatNotebooks: Everything You Need to Ace Science in One Big Fat Notebook: Download this activity to learn about electrical current, geology, animal classifications, and more!

#BigFatNotebooks: Everything You Need to Ace World History in One Big Fat Notebook: Begin your world exploration with Rome and Europe with these chapters.

#BigFatNotebooks: Everything You Need to Ace English Language Arts in One Big Fat Notebook: Master the building blocks of English, starting with these chapters on context and structure.

#BigFatNotebooks: Everything You Need to Ace American History in One Big Fat Notebook: Learn the essentials of American History—here’s an excerpt starting with the famous duel between Aaron Burr and Alexander Hamilton!

#BigFatNotebooks: Everything You Need to Ace Math in One Big Fat Notebook:  Master multiplication and division, scientific notation, and solving for variables with this download!

Need Poetry Help? Big Fat Notebooks Has You Covered


More About Big Fat Notebooks:

For every middle school kid who has ever whispered, “Hey—can I borrow your notes?” there is the Big Fat Notebook series, a revolutionary study guide series created by the editors of America’s #1 educational bestseller Brain Quest. Each indispensable study guide is like getting to borrow the notebook of the best student in class, with highlighted key concepts, doodles that illuminate tricky ideas, mnemonics, and more.


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American History | English | Math | Science | World History


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